Tag Archives: Connectedness

Things I Love About Making Art

If you’re like most artists (actually, most human beings), every now and then you’ll find yourself drifting, having lost sight of your goals completely.  You’ll feel like you’re going through the motions, but with little satisfaction.  That little self-critical voice … Continue reading

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Making Art Could Save Your Life

If it weren’t for art and music, I don’t know where I would be, now.  I’m not entirely sure I would have made it.  There were times when music was my refuge and sanctuary and it’s certainly the case that … Continue reading

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Disasters, Disappointments, Decrepitudes and Embuggerances

I don’t know a single person whose life has not been blighted, at one time or another, by disease, discomforts, disasters, disappointments, debilitations, disquietudes, decrepitudes and embuggerances. It seems to be an inseparable part of being human. The important thing … Continue reading

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Imagine That

In a recent news story, a painting by Pablo Picasso was donated to an Australian university and sold at auction, on the condition that the money raised by the sale goes toward research.  This is the news story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-13860940 Next … Continue reading

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The Wholehearted Artist

Recently, I was introduced to a video by a very wise friend.  It was one of those moments where you are given it at exactly the time you need it most, when you are most receptive to it and when … Continue reading

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