ART – CLOSER. Connecting the dots

 „Art is a force that supports human nature. […]

Learn to use it for what it’s really meant for: a constant source of support and encouragement for our better selves.”

~ Alain de Botton

Art knows who you are and loves you.

Caught in the turmoil of everyday life, we often see art as something remote, an intangible option, a fad, a hobby, a passion, something that is worth investing in, something that you’ll do once when you have the time, something you’ll buy when you’ll have the money, etc.

An artistic expression brings us into contact with parts of ourselves: a thought, an emotion, an inner value, a memory, a wish, a hope, your past, your present, your future. You are spontaneously connected to a larger self, you resonate.

Art connects us to our values, known and unknown, conscious or unconscious, and is thus a vehicle for growth and transformation.

I am a creative woman. Creativity is not a hobby, it is a way of life. My creativity is manifested through the ability to express myself in different fields and in very diverse ways. I have trained and work in areas which, in the traditional-industrialist vision, are not related to art: engineering, psychology, education. And I do it graciously.

“What does this picture awake in you?” Is it quietness, is it anxiety, calm or release, joy, expectation,anger, fear, disgust or enthusiasm? It may be clarity or surprise, force, tenderness, hope, trust, belonging, courage, confirmation, sadness, nostalgia, serenity, joy, dreaming. All are parts of you and an artistic expression can activate them by resonating. These are values ​​and emotions that we live in our everyday lives or, on the contrary, we lack, or crave, or not even realize how seldom we experience them.

Art knows who you are and loves you.

Child and The Sea

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