|Artist known as “Romero”
Death the final punctuation of a being, that lived in a social context we call, reality. I started on my journey as an artist many years ago, at a very young age when still sitting in high chair prior to even starting school. So if 62 now, and born in 1952, you do the numericals, just to bring your own visuals and thought processes into play.
I would sometimes sit daydreaming in class about what lucky artists like Salvador Dali and Jackson Pollock, might be doing while I sat figuring math, science, music and reading our Weekly Reader.
But those times did not have the technological advancements we have today, so there was no way for artists to be as socially engaged as they are today. Yet many of the artists remained aloof, and I believe I have discovered why. We all know about: “Moore’s law” it is the observation that, over the history of computing hardware, the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit has doubled approximately every two years.
Where my discovery of the theory of “Romero’s Law” is the observation that a particular breakthrough artist arrives every 50 years, and the creative process of that individual spans the oneness of the dense superior, brains thoughts of the artists predecessors in an unquantifiable manner.
Issac’s “The Eye and The Brain” or any more updated material on the subject. This I theorize is the explanation why Van Gogh’s, Picasso or Da Vinci’s work could not be understood in it’s particular time period. Unlike Moore’s Law, Romero’s Law violates the laws of space and time. Being that they can occur in a particular space and time, but are not necessarily of that time because of the brains higher cognitive functions they can be days, to 5 to 20 years ahead of time if not more.