In her works, Kaley Dickinson focuses on the connections between forms. As she states, “My art is about establishing a balance between the outer world and oneself. I work from a lot of patterns in nature and the human body including space, water, cells, nerves, rock formations, and aerial landscapes. My goal is to reveal a universal connection amongst all things.”
Dickinson starts the art process with found images and then works organically. As she describes, “My creative process is largely intuitive and flows much like a conversation with a series of actions and reactions.” Lately, the artist has been using an ancient Japanese mono-printing technique called suminagashi. Suminagashi is a meditative process that incorporates an element of chance and produces mesmerizing organic patterns. To see more of her work, click here.
- Lee Jones