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These images were done on a Mac Classic from 1990, with the program Superpaint. Computers at that time did not have color or even a grayscale. The screen consisted simply of black, or white, pixels.

These images are how I first learned to draw, not with a pencil but a mouse. When I started this series at first I could only do stick figures, and as the work evolved the images became more representative, within a bitmap palette of B&W dots.

This work consists of a selection of drawings from dreams over a period of eight months, as research into depth psychology and symbolic interpretation.

While Freud believed that the dream masks or hides its meaning, Jung was of the mind that the unconscious produces dreams as layers of multi-faceted information, not just "this or that", but both "this and that". Each dream drawn here is a narrative with a ...

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These images were done on a Mac Classic from 1990, with the program Superpaint. Computers at that time did not have color or even a grayscale. The screen consisted simply of black, or white, pixels.

These images are how I first learned to draw, not with a pencil but a mouse. When I started this series at first I could only do stick figures, and as the work evolved the images became more representative, within a bitmap palette of B&W dots.

This work consists of a selection of drawings from dreams over a period of eight months, as research into depth psychology and symbolic interpretation.

While Freud believed that the dream masks or hides its meaning, Jung was of the mind that the unconscious produces dreams as layers of multi-faceted information, not just "this or that", but both "this and that". Each dream drawn here is a narrative with a story related to situations at that time.

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