Piece description from the artist
Thoughts are often random assortments of ideas and images that pass through one's head, not always making sense together. Here thought is represented through a mostly gray scale composition, where a streak of color in the form of a face adds humanity to the artist's representation of thought. The mind is typically defined as the organized totality or system of all mental processes or psychic activities of an individual.
Ben Mollner grew up in Colorado and adopted design through his love of music at a young age. He began by designing album covers for homemade mix tapes before creating his own original designs. After spending some time on the west coast, Ben started adapting his digital design work with paint and canvas. Since then, he has launched his own website with a portfolio to include over forty large-scale paintings, various print media, skateboards, and a collection of artwork.
Though Ben has no formal art training and has not pursued art as a career, he is very passionate about each project. He also feels that the separation from art as a means of income has been critical in keeping his work true to his personal nature and musings.
Ben is currently an artist member at "Artwork Network":http://artworknetwork.com/ of Denver, Colorado, where he currently lives and works.