Those who look out dream. 
Those who look in awaken. 
Carl Jung

Miniature works of art activate the imagination's inner gallery and expand intuitive awareness.   

Inspired by the work of Hermann Rorschach and an introspective philosophy for living, artist, Susan 'Storey' Harmon creates intricate, multi-dimensional, paintings that morph and change as we peer into them. Activating a symbolic language, they ignite the imagination, invite interpretation, and awaken the intuitive story-teller within. 

"Because not all who look into these tiny vistas see the same imagery, it's not unusual for someone to point out details that I did not consciously paint or even perceive upon completion, thus exposing my own 'gallerie interiorem' (inner gallery). I absolutely love it when that happens!! "  

"Imagination is more important than knowledge.

For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution."

Albert Einstein

At first glance perhaps it is the imagery of winged creatures or exotic faces which beckon a closer look. Upon inspection however, landscapes morph and tiny beings seemingly cry to be pulled from obscurity and into the finished piece for all to see.....and interpret as they will. 

- The deeper you look the more you discover.