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BlogShare: Her Country Was Art – The Amazing Worlds and Life of Leonora Carrington

Elegant Mystery has shared several images of Leonora Carrington's surrealist artwork, and the short documentary film about this amazing woman's life. What a wonderful, inspired, and deeply moving story! Leonora Carrington's story gives one example of what happens when a... Continue Reading →

Inspiration on the Walls

I wrote recently on "The Hidden Meaning and Beauty" of vandalism, neglect, and graffiti -- including the graffiti that we might not see as beautiful or sacred, but as (and fairly so) an example of ugliness and desecration. Blog brother... Continue Reading →

Museworthy Quotation: Remember the past to reweave an alternative future.

“I don’t criticize ...That’s not my approach. I look for avenues of transformation, and I feed them. I’m always looking to generate something, as opposed to just taking something apart.” “The way I think of it is, every time we... Continue Reading →

BlogShare: Who We Invite to Tea – From Janet at M+M blog

I appreciated the collection of musings and blog-shares that artist and fellow blog-sister Janet Chui shared in her blog post. Janet gathered up a few of her favorite web-finds and musings of recent days, and the selection includes an invocation... Continue Reading →

Happy Solstice Strawberry Full Moon

Happy Summer Solstice to all of you in the Northern Hemisphere, and Happy Winter Solstice in the Southern Hemisphere. We have the unusual pleasure of a Strawberry Full Moon falling on Solstice day, so it's quite a power-portal and 'thin... Continue Reading →

Music Medicine: I Mua – Nahko Bear + Medicine for the People

Music-wisdom from Nahko Bear & Medicine for the People - very applicable to the energies of now. "hell, good thing i don't require much. makes it easier to move and stand straight up. a little tough love and the gentle... Continue Reading →

Creativity and Art Make the Soul Grow… #Blesstival

“The arts are not a way of making a living. They are a very human way of making life more bearable. Practicing an art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven’s... Continue Reading →

Perdita and Our Divine Gifts

This is such a beautiful and evocative painting from Sandys. I saw it when I was browsing images in my files and, though I wasn't aware at the time its connection with Winter and, in a way, the Spirit of... Continue Reading →

Street Art for the Heart

Sweet humor and beauty in unexpected places. Love it, and truly believe such things can make a big difference in the course of someone’s day.

Thanks to Christopher Chase for sharing this through his Creative By Nature blog.

Have a look at some of Christopher’s other posts while you’re visiting – I appreciate quite a few of them.

Lots of love to you!

Jamie

Creative by Nature

David Zinn is a street artist from Ann Arbor, Michigan, who turns cracks and dusty corners into surreal fantasy scenes. His imagination spreading out on to the streets of his city, it’s as if characters from children’s books have escaped into the real world, with a mission- to bring smiles, spark imaginations and warm hearts…

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