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Just wired that way…unapologetically
I love to write, to engage in community groups online where common interests are held, to post in social media and share my thoughts, break-throughs, creations and so on with people at large – the internet has opened up my … Continue reading
Posted in Books, Consciousness & evolution, Culture, Health & wellbeing, Life choices, Life journey, Lifestyle, Personal Development Tagged accepting yourself, choosing lifestyle, choosing your path, confidence, conversation, extrovert, freedom to choose, introvert, just the way you are, left and right brain hemispheres, perfectionism, public speaking, quiet, Quiet Revolution, self-acceptance, self-love, shyness, Susan Cain, writing versus speaking 3 Comments
Is “art commission” an oxymoron?
Art is fluid, art is inspired, art doesn’t know where its going until it does. When I’ve finished a work of art, I could never hope to reproduce it as I could never retrace the zillion steps that took me … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Art as a business, Art purpose, Art technique, Art transformation tool, Life journey, Personal Development Tagged acknowledging your skill-set, appreciating artists, commission work, does commercialism kill creativity?, freedom to create, harnessing creativity without limiting it, inspiration, left and right brain hemispheres, making money from art, reinventing commission, what is art? 1 Comment
Coming out to play
Some people are born ‘naturals’ with children and some really aren’t. Some mistake immaturity for stupidity and impose their adult ‘know-how’ in a patronising way, delivering information on a need to know basis, making it prescriptive, leaving no room for … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Art as a business, Art purpose, Consciousness & evolution, Culture, Films, Health & wellbeing, Life choices, Personal Development, Spirituality, Universe Tagged activation, art and music grading, artists not taken seriously, ASD, Aspergers, autism, autistic and gifted, evaluating art performance, explaining the inexplicable, Extremely loud and incredibly close, fear, fibromyalgia, fibromyalgia and autism connection, inner child, judgement, left and right brain hemispheres, left brain dominance, Matt Kahn, obsessive compulsive disorder, parenting styles, pointillism and pixels, subjective made objective, trigger, undervaluing art, whole brain function 2 Comments
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