Artist / Designer / International Development Expert

Sita HARRIS

Theistic evolutionists also hold that the sacred text provides an infallible account of why the universe, all life and humankind came into existence. However, they also hold that for the most part, the diversity of nature from stars to planets to living organisms, including the human body, is a consequence of the divine using processes of evolution to create indirectly. Still, for many who hold this position, the very beginning of the universe, the origin of life, and the origin of what is distinctive about humankind are the consequence of direct acts of divine intervention in the order of nature.

Evolutionary theists hold that the sacred text, while giving witness to the ultimate divine source of all of nature, in no way specifies the means of creation. Advocates of other folds of thoughts hold that there are features of the natural world for which there are no natural explanations and that these features can be shown analytically to be the result of a designing agent.

Et Dieu créa la femme
And God created woman
Kepler’s series Digital Watercolour, pencil, aquatint

What are the colours present in space? Such searches puzzle and pull my interest to know more. We see beautiful images released by NASA and other space agencies: ghostly nebulas giving tantalizing hints of their inner structures, leftover ruins of long-dead stellar systems, furious supernovae caught in the act of exploding and newborn stars peeking out from their dusty wombs, and clear black inks around when astronauts are doing some space walks. We are sort of conditioned into thinking that anything to do with space is blue, blue black or purple with light spectrums shining into whites. What if our perceptions collide rather than align with what science throw at us? What if what we think with our heart has more ripples of intensity than colours in space? Since our brain is this formidable animal which never stops inventing and creating our inner perceptions of things we have never felt, seen, realised, touched or known.

Is colour seen or felt?
Kepler’s series
Digital watercolour & acrylic, pencil drawing