Waltham Watches Inspires My Art

My Love of Art and Watches such as Waltham Watches

If you like watchmaking and art then you are in luck! I tend to create a lot of art with wristwatches as the subject. I’m a member of various watch communities on the internet.

Gripped by Time and Brands like Waltham Watches

There are a myriad of reasons to be gripped by time and find it a fascinating subject. Time is so interesting! that’s why I’m obsessed with it. I’ve owned watches since I was a young boy, have you ever owned watches? What do you think about a Waltham Watch? There is a preciseness and perfection in the manufacturing of watches juxtaposed against the imperfection of people that I try to portray in my art and find utterly curious.Humanity is flawed and often imprecise and yet we are still able to create precision instruments like timepieces. I like playing with this concept in my art.

Quartz! You Either Love It or Hate It

Computers that enable my artificial networks use a quartz chip that acts as a clock. I like to play around in metaverses and explore future worlds, whilst remembering and cherishing our real world. Literally, none of this would be possible without the concept and inventions of time-keeping. That’s why I love a Waltham Watch as much as any other watch. The old meets the new and still it is humans and their imperfections that drive all of this perfection. I could wax-lyrical for days about time and art and how this fits into our humanity.

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The Tourbillion Complication. Would you buy a Waltham Watch.

A tourbillon complication is such a fascinating movement but there is absolutely no requirement to have that in a wristwatch, and yet, we keep it anyway, so interesting! Do we even require a timepiece these days? Probably not, but we still love them and keep them around. I have friends who buy watches, have you or your friends ever bought a Waltham Watch.There may come a time when watches do become essential again. Omega Speedmaster Chronographs were worn by the Apollo Space astronauts. It was the Omega Chronograph watch that helped them navigate back to earth when all other instruments failed. Who knows what the future holds, we may not have the use of current technology due to a natural disaster like running out of electricity, or a nuclear fallout that ruins digital technology. A mechanical wristwatch could become essential if that type of thing were to happen.

Making Art is Thrilling. Do you Like My Art about Waltham Watches

It doesn’t matter to me if I use a Waltham Watch, or any other type of watch brand. The price of a watch doesn’t factor in what I choose to produce art with because it is the concept of time that interests me.

Human Versus Machine. (Would you Own Waltham Watches?)

Man and machine are starting to compete on an equal basis and we need to find ways in which we can complement each other and work together, we need to explore what it means to be human, and how we unify into this new standard. If you could own any watch, what watch would you own? Would you be happy wearing a Waltham Watch. Quality wristwatches serve as an exquisite reminder of the constant battle between order and chaos. Entropy, decay and rebirth are concepts that are tightly entwined in many of my artworks. The fact I use contemporary artificial intelligence technology to produce these works of art that are inspired by old tech(the watches), I find really curious. Art is a visual language and using all these things together really speaks volumes about the messages I’m trying to convey.

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Timekeeping is Worth Appreciating. Waltham Watches Might be Right for You

Anyone can afford a watch because they come in different price brackets. It doesn’t matter how much you layout, you can still start appreciating time and the invention of time keeping. What price range would you consider when buying a watch? Would a Waltham Watch fit the bill for you?

What is the Fascination with Watches and Watch Brands Such as Waltham Watches

There are loads of us that are into watchmaking, but why? The modern world is so frantic and everything happens instantaneously, from fast food to fast fashion. Watches record a measured, methodical, never changing pace that can be lacking in modern life. Do you own any watches? Leave a comment below to let me know what watches you own, especially if you own a Waltham Watch. Art is a way for humans to assert their humanity and helps us interrupt life’s rhythms and highlights to us what humans are capable of.

The Future Present and Past

Some things get assigned to history while we continue to embrace other things that aren’t useful in a practical sense; and it’s so intriguing.

What is in a Name. Would you Wear Waltham Watches

The art I form about watches sometimes don’t even resemble the original timepieces, unless I get a specific request from a collector. If I created a piece of art with a Waltham Watch, you might not even recognize it as a Waltham Watch. Some collectors are very picky on what watches they want; and others just love the art whilst not caring what the subject originally was.

Humans Like to Think They are Perfect. Do Waltham Watches Represent Perfection for You?

My art tries to be imperfect, just like humans are imperfect. Perfect code produces the perfect neural networks that I use to co-create my art with artificial intelligence and the real pursuit for me is to create imperfect art. Does anything represent this perfection more than wristwatches? Do you consider a Waltham Watch to represent perfection, or would you choose some other watch? Let me know in the comments.

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Does a Watch Have to be Expensive to be Beautiful. Are Waltham Watches in Your Price Range

Are you into all brands of watches, not just the really expensive ones? I am obsessed by mechanical and digital wristwatches. Quartz watches are often thought of as inferior in some people’s minds but did you know that quartz watches nearly dismantled the Swish watch manufacturers because they were so precise and inexpensive to produce? Quartz is a wonderful thing and is inside every computer. I use those computers to power the neural networks that help me produce art–how could I not love quartz? I’d wear quartz or a mechanical watch from Waltham Watches if they produce either because it isn’t what influences my buying decisions.