"That which is SEEN is the reflection of one's own consciousness."
From an interview with the artist Julie Robinson (Asheville Citizen-Times):
"I make abstract, nonrepresentational paintings that portray nonphysical spiritual experience. I call this “abstract transcendentalism,” which for me signifies a magical gateway through which I can leave the troubled world and find a moment of quiet stillness.
"Painting is something physical that helps me connect to my oneness and timelessness. Eckhart Tolle would call this “getting in touch with the power of now.”