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‘Creative Mind’ [completed Summer/Autumn 2012] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Oil on canvas, 36ins x 28ins.

Detailed photography [01] of ‘Creative Mind’ [completed Summer/Autumn 2012] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Oil on canvas, 36ins x 28ins.

Detailed photography [02] of ‘Creative Mind’ [completed Summer/Autumn 2012] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Oil on canvas, 36ins x 28ins.

Detailed photography [03] of ‘Creative Mind’ [completed Summer/Autumn 2012] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Oil on canvas, 36ins x 28ins.

Detailed photography [04] of ‘Creative Mind’ [completed Summer/Autumn 2012] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Oil on canvas, 36ins x 28ins.

Detailed photography [05] of ‘Creative Mind’ [completed Summer/Autumn 2012] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Oil on canvas, 36ins x 28ins.

I hope you love my oil painting artwork ‘Creative Mind’.

Thank you

Matt The Unfathomable Artist

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‘Two Swan’s Together’ [completed November 2013] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Oil on canvas, 36 inches x 28 inches.

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‘Matt’ [Playful Light Signature, June 2012], by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Oil on paper.

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‘Self Portrait Of My Body – Photographic Art’ [2012] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Digitally Edited Photography.

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‘Impassioned Kisses’ [completed August 2013] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist,
Oil on canvas, 36 inches x 28 inches.

Pop Art oil painting entitled ‘Impassioned Kisses’ completed August 2013.

‘Beautiful art lines are discovered and re-discovered like sand dunes and swan necks.’

by Matt The Unfathomable Artist

[Digitally edited photograph]

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‘MeUI’ [2018] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Digitally designed brand logo graphic.

‘MeUI’ is a digital brand logo graphic expressing through abstract linguistic art the idea of unique personality, individual DNA and feeling.
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I have produced a series of Pop Art oil pieces on A3 light textured paper entitled ‘If Entirely Fathomable, Wouldn’t Be Unfathomable’.

Here is the Aquamarine version:

Pop Art ‘If Entirely Fathomable, Wouldn’t Be Unfathomable’ [Aquamarine, 25th April 2019] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Aquamarine oil paint writing on A3 light textured paper, signed ‘Matt’ on reverse. Digitally edited photograph. Original Saying created December 2018.

This is the Red Ochre #1 version:

Pop Art ‘If Entirely Fathomable, Wouldn’t Be Unfathomable’ [Red Ochre, 26th April 2019] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Red Ochre oil paint writing on A3 light textured paper, signed ‘Matt’ on reverse. Digitally edited photograph. Original Saying created December 2018.

.. and here is the Sap Green version:

Pop Art ‘If Entirely Fathomable, Wouldn’t Be Unfathomable’ [Sap Green, 26th April 2019] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, Sap Green oil paint writing on A3 light textured paper, signed ‘Matt’ on reverse. Digitally edited photograph. Original Saying created December 2018.

The phantasmagorical concept emanating from this Pop Art ensemble is to mix artistic persona with fluent ecological conservation.  To help inspire the need for cultural, societal, economical and environmental change linked to our beautiful Earth planet.

I like the idea ‘If Entirely Fathomable, Wouldn’t Be Unfathomable’ carries within various layers of meaning.  For instance if someone says, we can’t solve this, it’s too difficult, it cannot be done, then we quizzically reply, ‘If Entirely Fathomable, Wouldn’t Be Unfathomable’.

To drive true change we need new behaviour to accomplish whatever is necessary, environmentally speaking.  Art can motivate, encourage, nurture, grow, develop and achieve unimaginably positive solutions we just didn’t think possible.

‘If Entirely Fathomable, Wouldn’t Be Unfathomable’.

Some have wondered at the random placing of words onto the A3 paper with regards to the use of ‘canvas’ space.  Aquamarine naturally aligned centrally.  Red Ochre (#1 of #2) shifted right, whilst Sap Green ascended higher textually than the preceding colour oil works.

Perhaps this is the result of pure chance, coincidence.  Or possibly preposterously we can read formulaic thinking into the letters.  After I completed the art pieces, super happily viewing them drying late evening, I couldn’t help notice the positioning of certain letters:

Y over O in ‘Aquamarine’,

Y intersects B in ‘Red Ochre #1’,

Y is a constant over MA in ‘Sap Green’.

T required calculation.

Likely astronomers, engineers and mathematicians can help explain the correlation to us.

Thank you for reading.

I hope you enjoy my Pop Art works.

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“four G.R.A.V.>i>T.Y. seven” [Scientific Art, 11th April 2019] by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, blue ink pen on A3 light textured paper – signed. Digitally edited photograph. Original Artwork Saying created September 2017.

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NASA ID: GSFC_20171208_Archive_e001362, A Monster in the Milky Way Center: GSFC Creator: NASA Goddard.

“The Thinking from Old”

“Metals cover over,

the Mirror returns the Light,

from the Outside it cannot be seen,

not without the Passing,

very great are Their multitudinous speeds,

all of Them compacted like the smallest of atoms,

the Outermost band is marvellously deep that Light itself is held,

the Outermost band keeps It safe”

by Matt The Unfathomable Artist, copyright ©7th April 2019

This is all I can comprehend of this phenomena in the present time

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A Monster in the Milky Way, original NASA website link here A Monster in the Milky Way reads as follows:

This image shows the star-studded center of the Milky Way towards the constellation of Sagittarius.  The crowded center of our galaxy contains numerous complex and mysterious objects that are usually hidden at optical wavelengths by clouds of dust — but many are visible here in these infrared observations from Hubble.  However, the most famous cosmic object in this image still remains invisible: the monster at our galaxy’s heart called Sagittarius A*.  Astronomers have observed stars spinning around this supermassive black hole (located right in the center of the image), and the black hole consuming clouds of dust as it affects its environment with its enormous gravitational pull.  Infrared observations can pierce through thick obscuring material to reveal information that is usually hidden to the optical observer.  This is the best infrared image of this region ever taken with Hubble, and uses infrared archive data from Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3, taken in September 2011. Credit: NASA

Image shown above courtesy of NASA.

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You can view my poem entitled ‘The Pathways, Currents and Tides of the Universe’ here:

‘The Pathways, Currents and Tides of the Universe’

Please also kindly click the link A Collection of Sayings, Poems and Songs by Matt The Unfathomable Artist for a collation of my writings.

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‘Two Children Picking Flowers’ [pre 1861] by Louisa Beresford, Lady Waterford, watercolour, 8ins x 5.5ins.

Louisa Beresford, Marchioness of Waterford

Link to the Artworks of Louisa Anne, Marchioness of Waterford [courtesy of Wikipedia]

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