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    June 29, 2008

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    Master's Degree

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    Jamaica, NY

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    Black/African American

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I am here to share with brethren of BP and beyond, something that may not easily be found elsewhere. For those of you who are interested in ART- painting and sculpture- you are welcome to share a type of visual experience that you may be hard pressed to find anywhere else. It is a type of visual experience that you may have had before, but never fully explored. Examine my creations thoroughly and let your imagination take you on a journey into a parallel universe to enjoy such an experience while still remaining grounded in your three dimensional terrestrial space. There is no risk of psychological damage to you, but a wholesome intellectual and uplifting experience that will open your eyes to commonplace existence around you and the visual pleasures that it can provide beyond your normal expectation. Follow the path to my favorite links and immerse yourself into a surprisingly enjoyable experience that you shall never forget. If you wish to see more of my work, click on the links in my "Favorite Links" These links will lead you to my other webpages. SO TAKE A LOOK AT MY PAINTINGS BELOW. WHAT DO YOU THINK? - David G. Wilson

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Anthropomorphic Perception


Have you ever looked at the clouds and seen images that mimic human form? Have you ever noticed that the map of Africa resembles the head of a woman in profile? She is crying. If you are to look at Lake Victoria as her eye with Lake Nyasa and Lake Tanganyka as the tears. The Limpopo river meanders in a sorrowful way pretending to be her mouth. Well, this is Anthropomorphic Perception. It is the perception of human characteristics in inanimate objects. To see the head of a crying woman in the... (continue reading)


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