What do Artists and Scientists Have in Common?

What do Artists and Scientists Have in Common?

From S.T.E.M. to S.T.E.A.M! Yippee! The Arts are beginning to be added back into school Curriculum! What those of us in the fields of art have known all along, the rest of the country is beginning to realize. Hooray!

ART encourages imagination and imagination leads to increased creativity and increased creativity leads to innovation and innovation leads to new worlds previously unexplored!

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One Person's Obvious is Another's Obscure

One Person's Obvious is Another's Obscure

There is joy in feeling the heart-or-head-to-hand-to-creation connection coming through the bowls. These bowls are perfect to me, although they might be imperfect to the creator.

Handmade art has loads of qualities and character, and is always made by “imperfect humans”.

The more we’re able to put ourselves into our art, the better and better our art becomes, even when it’s “flawed”!

 

We love the perfect imperfections seen and felt in art that speaks to us.

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Living Telescopically

Living Telescopically

Telescopic painting is a painting technique I caught myself doing the other day. To paint telescopically means that instead of watching the paint brush, your eye is watching the part of the painting where you wanted your brush to go. I was painting the horizon line on my Star Struck Mermaid and instead of watching myself paint the line; I was watching the line an inch or so ahead of my brush.

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