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“The mind is essentially a survival machine. Attack and defense against other minds, gathering, storing and analyzing information – this is what it is good at, but it is not at all creative. All true artists, whether they know it or not, create from a place of no-mind, from inner stillness. The mind then gives form to the creative impulse or insight. Even the great scientists have reported that the creative breakthrough come from a time of mental quietude.” Eckhart Tolle
If you are able to visit my studio on the 25th or 26th, you are welcome to register your interest on Facebook (I’m not a FB user but my fellow exhibiting artist were kind enough to create an event on that platform):
I am excited to announce my 3rd online studio exhibition.
Something old, something new. Yes, some of the works you might recognize form previous exhibitions, and some works were destined for Australia, but alas, shipment was an issue…. but they still wanted to be shown. So I am happy to present these 13 (yes, it’s my lucky nr) works as part of
The Haunted Stitch
I actually wanted to launch this online exhibition yesterday, – between All Hallows eve and today : Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos) which is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, and while I’m not of Mexican decent, I do love how Mexicans view it not as a day of sadness but as a day of celebration.
I was not able to launch it yesterday since I was not close to my desktop. Grandma is currently visiting so we took her for a day out. Today we will celebrate the life of our dear Grandfather (her late husband) who passed away earlier this year.
In the link you will find individual images of available works as well as a PDF file containing a short note, and the list of works. There are short videos of the “park” space in my studio). What is interesting is that by putting everything into the drive, I can update the list of works sold, and I can add a document with Q&A if there will be any and I can add videos by request. So please feel free to drop me an email if you have any questions, suggestions or critique.