A funny thing happened on the way to aleatoria
Somewhere between representation and abstraction, AleatoricArt founder J. Coleman Miller finds a new kind of surrealist expressionism. Eerie aqueous faces of angst and passion hidden within diaphanous veils of liquid flesh. Floral fluids teeming with twisted crickets. Tortured spirits embroiled in gaseous infernos. Nebulous glacial prehistoria infected with fractal relfections and vitreous pathogens. Sultry vaporous nymphs smoldering in the molten pools of aleatoric magma from which the earliest signs of art emerged. The mysterious images of J. Coleman Miller evoke wonder and delight without allowing us to fall victim to our usual inner censors who squelch the child in us and cast judgement based on what is known. Miller’s art invites us to see what we don’t yet believe exists.
THIS IS THE MOST UNIQUE USE OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND CHANCE IN THE WORLD
Fascinated by the great artists of the early 20th century- especially those who used chance in the commission of their works, fine art photographer J. Coleman Miller has created a new twist on aleatoric composition. When Miller photographs the swirling colors of Koi and the reflections that dance on the rippling surface of a clear pond, magical images come to life in a new form of surrealist expressionism. The works convey a deep sense of emotional connection, touching viewers with engaging, dreamlike images and unearthing darker, ghostly scenes as though from a childhood dream.
The limited edition photographs are beautifully presented as large metallic inkjet prints, face mounted to 3/8" plexi and mounted on brushed aluminum dibond with aluminum standoff. All works are signed and numbered by the artist in limited editions of 25, and each number is a little different. Prints look best in larger sizes, bringing out the detail. Any size can be ordered as long as the proportions are kept the same. There are prints to match any color scheme, or have the image you like colorized to match your decor.
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