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Sperry’s current work can be described as color field painting. As a visual artist he has painted and shown his work in many parts of the world, including a period of four years in Australia and a year in South America. Coming from a family of artists, his original home and workplace is now the Julian Alden Weir National Historic Site dedicated to American Art and Artists located in both Wilton and Ridgefield, Connecticut. His interest in visually representing his origin in consciousness began with a childhood near death experience. Knowing that everyone and everything are connected led him into contemplative and meditative visioning, including healing and teaching work.
In alignment with his social conscience as an artist, in 1988 Sperry originated the Human Connection Project (HCP), a scientific and educational media/research project designed to reinforce the underlying sense that human beings are innately psychologically and physiologically linked, even when in widely separate geographic locations. As founder/director of the Human Connection Institute (HCI) since 1991, Sperry has cooperated with eminent scientists and educators on both objective and experiential research, into the emergence of a commonly sensed consciousness. Please contact Sperry at sperry@connectionInstitute.org
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