I recall packing into our small but fully equipped caravan a large dose of anticipation, and the expectation that I would return home creatively inspired. One of the highlights of this trip was walking the trail to the tip of mainland Australia at Cape York.
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Connecting with an object such as a painting or sculpture live in a gallery. …To hold it in the stillness of the mind for a moment in this situation would be extraordinary. Away from the business of life, an artwork can have a personal meaning for each viewer, and this experience can be best felt if alone with the work.
I feel it offers hope, to those that have a religious bent, but more so to those that don’t. The bottom line was a message of love and we can all do with more of that. The author confirmed for me that this life is a journey, and we remain more powerful than all the troubles we may face here on earth.
A tiny bit of sunshine in the midst of rainy weather can brighten up your day so when you read a story that resonates during some tough times you tend to take it on board.
In this third book Lyne Marshall puts her unique spin on the creative process, and the philosophical and spiritual side of art creation. She addresses the cyclic nature of life and art, and the way there is a seemingly invisible organic structure, a spiral, that continues its upward crusade in the course of realising original vision. Marshall is a practicing artist and in this semi–biographical book she fleshes out these ideas in an approach that not only educates the reader to the ways of the artist but increases their understanding of some thought provoking topics.