The inspiration to create and express beauty arise unbidden from the depths of being, into consciousness, often through inner visuals, which are then rendered as inspired images with properties such as symmetry, geometric structure, symbolic content and graphic representation.
These expressed images invoke the creation of artefacts purely for the pleasure of partaking in the act of creation. These created artefacts, expressions of an aesthetic sense which creates for its own sake, are then assessed for their potential usefulness and functionality within a contextual field.
Selectively, artefacts which represent value in a particular context are developed further into valuable and useful products, which as technologies, enhance and express the relevance of that which is aesthetically experienced. Expressions via these technologies can then relate some aspects of the meaning of the original inspiration.