The more consciously we look for things, the more we see them. Try it for yourself. Look for a specific brand and/or color of car on your next commute to work and be amazed at just how many you see.
I asked my class at Spalding House (aka The Contemporary Museum), to take the week between classes to look for faces — not in people, but in the world around us. They found faces in the clouds, on slabs of marble and granite, on a wall of brushed metal, on a piece of wood paneling, in the lichen and moss on rocks, in trees. They brought a cornucopia of images to class.Read More