Hermann Rorshach’s inkblots provoked responses based on what already existed in the viewer’s mind. If you don’t like inkblots, how about interpreting the images in clouds?
I look for faces, and usually find them.
Nancy, my creative wife loaned me the images presented here. If not inkblots, these close relatives come from a growing school of artistic expression: Alcohol Ink. No, the artists don’t drink the alcohol. They apply alcohol soluble inks to ceramic tiles or “yupo,” a plastic material that in some ways resembles paper .
The results often dwell in the realm of the abstract, allowing the mind to interpret them as it wishes. Turning the tile, 90, 180 or 270 degrees allows many more interpretations, perhaps more meaningful than the first. The titles I use reveal my interpretations or prejudices. Feel free to release your imagination as you view these images.
I see the Southwestern USA, like New Mexico. Do you see the person?
Is the image above made from molten glass? Stained glass? Or something else?
Sea slug (Nudibranch) (http://www.bing.com/search?q=nudibranch&form=UP97DF&pc=UP97&dt=071813) or Alcohol Ink Image?
Nerve network in your brain trying to figure this one out?
A tile drying on the back deck. Just ignore Nancy’s foot.