Squiggleism - An unblended impressionistic dash applied staggered beside one another or on top similar to the application of pointillism. Each squiggle represents a unit of the Divine that in theory is in all that exists. Each stroke is similar to that of the superstring theory or vibrating like sound or a wavering thread of a music note. The fundamental concept being: out of nothingness the Great Creator spoke his name (symbolic of the big bang) that is of vibration. When the vibration slows, physical things are created such as everything that exists in our universe. As a whole, Stefan sees the wavering threads as part of a great symphonic movement of infinite love composed by the Great Creator. Stefan's mission is to show how you can literally hear with your eyes. When a person looks at Stefan's painting, the viewer may get a sense of something greater presence. After viewing his painting, it is Stefan's hope, that the next time they look outside, they will "hear with their eyes" this great mystical symphonic movement that will inspire hope, peace, and love within the viewer. Stefan has become noted as becoming "America's Van Gogh," on vangoghgallery.com . Students of art and design from around the world are doing reports and studying Stefan's "Squiggleism." Art Business News says that Stefan is one of America's top rising artists. Stefan's next solo exhibit will be in December called, "America's Spirit." An art appraiser that works for several galleries in New York believes Stefan's works will rise greatly in value. Stefan has a great inspirational story behind his art. He was in a coma and had been "unplugged" when he awakened. A spleen that 40 cat-scans revealed as having a wedge-pie shape missing from his spleen causing internal bleeding was found whole when they operated to remove it. But, it was a goose, whom his mother said God literally spoke through, several years later that inspired Stefan to be an artist with his mission to give the world more Light through his paintings. Several photos of the goose and the account of this extraordinary event is documented and shown in his studio. Stefan would love to share his story to people around the world. It is truly inspirational. Help Stefan get his work known around the world.