Color Connections Part 3/3

Spiritual correspondences refer to color psychology as they've developed in unison. Regardless of your personal lifestyle, humanity on whole has a deep long standing reliance on spirituality. Many religions are spiritual, many hobbies, philosophies, goals, careers, events, arts, stories, and histories are spiritual. Color is no different in how we've built our bonds. Our spirit … Continue reading Color Connections Part 3/3

The Antidote for Creative Blockages: Compassion and Curiosity

Building creativity is practice in being receptive and present. Nearly everyone struggles with this practice and it’s the unstable foundation of most problems, creative or otherwise. The equivalent of artist block can occur in any career, hobby, relationship, religion, lifestyle, etc, to any degree of severity. When we become insular and shut off, we struggle … Continue reading The Antidote for Creative Blockages: Compassion and Curiosity

Art to Check Out (Petroglyphs, a Gay Kiss, and a Belt of Stone, Coral, and Bone)

My writing has been minimal the last couple months, partially due to my wedding and honeymoon, but I've been absorbing some old favourites and new discoveries in the art world. I encourage you to follow the links to view the works on their websites or gallery pages. The first is someone I've been following for … Continue reading Art to Check Out (Petroglyphs, a Gay Kiss, and a Belt of Stone, Coral, and Bone)

The Frog

I found a leopard frog in the grass awhile ago and felt inclined to draw it, being the first I’ve seen in a long time. The decline in frog populations has been extremely noticeable over the decade. Even our boisterous spring peepers have dwindled significantly. The quiet moments of excitement remind me why I care … Continue reading The Frog

Learning About Learning About Learning

Accepting the process of learning: difficult at times, but at other times, easy, natural, instinctive, simple. The carrying out of life is fraught with inconsistencies and surreal coincidences and I don’t understand any of it but I’ve still learnt. When I’m older, I might better understand the circumstantial variables, today I merely need to be … Continue reading Learning About Learning About Learning