Virginia Gunter

  • Gerald Hayes: The Creativity of the Psychological Eye

    GERALD HAYES IS ONE OF a large number of individuals who no longer can be categorized as painters or sculptors, but of whom we must use the more general word artist. Some of these cannot even be called visual artists for their work may not be visual. Artists using sound, temperature, and air currents produce works which bring forth dependence on other senses. Looking at the works makes us realize we do not have to look at them. Hayes’ work is visual, although moving away from the standard esthetics for visual art.

    Several years ago, Hayes considered himself a painter. His works were color-shape