How It’s Made
For me, painting is a way to engage in conversation with God, and to bring that dialogue into tangible form. I believe that the quality of the art I create is directly linked to the level of joy, inspiration, and awe I experience during the creative process. When I feel nervous, doubtful, or bored, the work suffers.
However, I also believe that art making is about more than simply manifesting our own ideas. It is an opportunity to connect with the divine and to bring forth the dreams of our creator. Even if a painting appears technically perfect, if it does not align with the emotions and intentions of God, I consider it a failure.
On the other hand, even if a work is not aesthetically impressive or technically flawless, if it was created with a sense of inspiration and alignment with Source, I consider it a success. It's important not to get caught up in the appearance of a piece without considering the process by which it was created.
As co-creators, let us all strive to be intentional and mindful, and to create works that are aligned with the divine.
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This blog was created to share my belief that the art-making process is a catalyst for transformation and personal empowerment. I am living proof.