By Paul Ré
American artist Paul Ré invitations us to affix him on his trip for concord, knowledge, and internal pleasure with Art, Peace, and Transcendence.
His hybrid hand-digital prints, Réograms, are a distinct artwork shape very diversified from the Rayograms made within the 20th century via the yankee Surrealist guy Ray. Ré's electronic prints are desktop manipulations of the drawings, work, and sculpture he has created over his forty-year career--the modifications might be light or dramatic, every one manually massaged right into a harmonious entire.
Commentary via the artist, drawing from his history in physics, philosophy, and the perform of yoga and meditation, accompanies the fifty-eight full-page plates, putting every bit in its ancient context. Bridging the traces of artwork and technology, Ré takes us on a discovery of our oneness with the full of the universe and the resource from which it emerged.
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The following poem, which I wrote in 1982, expresses well the meaning of this work. Prayer to the Divine Balancer Make my life a balanced path of inner contemplation and outer activity . . a balance of the virtues of East and West like alternate boughs of a pine tree, subtly counterpoised in equilibrium and ever growing upward to Thee. 38 • PL AT E 19. Quadrille Ballet, 2007 Note how many of my works pertain to forms of dance. These range from Fluid Ballet (Plate 24) and Dancing Ribbons (Plate 38) to Marbleous Dance (Plate 53), Tree Dancing with Its Shadows (Plate 22), and The Dance of the Polywogols (Plate 4).
This is a deep stillness and quietude that invites into our souls the friendship of the Infinite. It restores us to our natural state of being, centered in peace. Therein, we are reminded that we are children of the Infinite, and we should remember and reflect those deepest of all roots through good works and harmonious thoughts. In this volume, I share with you the insight I have gained from four decades of deep, daily meditations. Please allow the Windows of Meditation and your own contemplative practice to let in the nourishing breeze of healing intuition and wisdom.
In the process, a deep inner spiritual vision that sees beyond the physical may be developed. ” These basic shapes are the “generating contours” from which my drawings and paintings have evolved. Because of their simplicity and clarity, I intuitively felt that tactile translations of them would be meaningful to the blind. During my youth, Helen Keller’s life and writings made a powerful impression on me. I can remember 36 • blindfolding myself for long periods, often while barefoot, to find out how well I could maneuver both inside and outside our home.
Art, Peace, and Transcendence: Réograms That Elevate and Unite by Paul Ré