Tag Archives: Contemplation

The Lost Art of Quiet Contemplation

I have spent a lot of time just waiting around, this past couple of days, engaged as I was in long haul flights or waiting for them.  Waiting offers a unique and interesting opportunity for quiet contemplation, but in my … Continue reading

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14 More Ideas for Daydreaming

One of the most visited posts in this blog is the “25 Ideas for Daydreaming” (https://tropicaltheartist.wordpress.com/2011/01/15/25-ideas-for-daydreaming/) piece that I wrote quite some time ago.  I remember I was feeling quite under the weather when I wrote it, nursing a heavy … Continue reading

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The Most Tedious Tasks In Art?

I’ve just read this blog post with some amusement:  http://painting.about.com/od/inspiration/tp/tedious-art-tasks.htm?nl=1 It’s a list of the five most tedious tasks in art.  I don’t agree.  Let’s take them one by one: Cleaning paint brushes.  Actually I love to clean my brushes, … Continue reading

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