Terrel Van Leeuwen
Lindsey Stallings Elem
Lee R. Cowan
Cognize Logo, Patrick Wilkey, 2014, digital
Archetypal Child of God, Patrick Wilkey, 2013, mixed media on paper
An archetype is a model which inferior examples may attempt to resemble but will never equal.
Carl Jung identified archetypes as being the formation of a fundamental framework of human thought, observable only by their effects. Examples may include symbolism in dreams, meaningful behavior patterns, and iconography in art.
The model hatches from the archetype.
The mother is emerges from the venus.
Faith is delivered within the divine.
Attempts propagate through expectation.
Doubt labors amid imperfection.
The receiver incubates inside the message.
The archetypal child of God listens.
Blind faith gives birth to vision.