As we head into summer, it’s the perfect time to pause and consider the opportunities of Arts Awareness thinking.
Among the things we’re conditioned to believe is that we should be doing, doing, doing all the time. But artists take time to explore. They go deep into the subject of their work. We could all use more time to discover the essence of what we’re doing.
Creative work is not a selfish act….It’s a gift to the world and every being in it. Don’t cheat us of your contribution. Give us what you’ve got.
~Steven Pressfield, author of The War of Art
Watch and listen to the most recent video—Four Lessons for Creative Living—on my YouTube channel. I encourage you to subscribe so you can be the first to know about new videos as they are added. Tap into your imagination. Solve problems more easily and quickly, make decisions with less effort, and use the power of your full creative potential.
Arts Awareness helps you see the creativity in everything you do. It’s a way of living life, and it helps you develop the mental flexibility to move forward in ways you never before imagined. While you’re at it, don’t forget to take time to experience art of all kinds. It can bring joy and inspire your own creative spirit.
I am interested in art as a means of living a life….
~ Robert Henri, American painter and teacher
I’m delighted to share this June 2016 edition of Arts Awareness E-Newsletter with you. I sincerely hope you find it helpful as you play an active role in all your creative efforts. Please feel free to share it with others who might be interested, and if you know someone who may want to receive this newsletter monthly, please let them know how to sign up through www.artsawareness.com.