Tag Archives: Senses

Immersive Making

When you step up to create you art, there is a state of flow that you ideally seek, which lets you concentrate on the work, excluding all distractions, but in a pleasurable way, so that the work doesn’t feel burdensome.  … Continue reading

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Darkness, Silence, Peace of Mind

I was in a forest clearing in the Surrey Hills yesterday, surrounded by llamas, as it happens, when I noticed something.  For the first time in a long time I couldn’t hear the distant, constant roar of tyres on asphalt.  … Continue reading

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The Power of Aesthetics

I had an unexpected experience, recently.  My friend, somebody with a good eye for art and excellent taste, berated me for not removing the droopy flowers from my FarmVille farm.  These are not real flowers and this is not a … Continue reading

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Immersed in the Flow Zone

One of my favourite feelings, when I am painting, playing music, soldering electronic components, debugging software or writing a piece, is that feeling of being completely self-contained and apart from the rest of the world.  I love that feeling of … Continue reading

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