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Natasha Mistry makes meaning with mandalas and kids

February 18, 2016

Natasha Mistry’s creative practice is primarily concerned with the unconscious mind and journeying into her own psyche. She paints intuitively and sees painting as a powerful meditation, a way to access the inner world which is just as important as the external world. Natasha creates colorful abstract oil paintings,...

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The Shadow Side; Your Truth is One-Sided

February 15, 2016

  Truth in shades of gray I’ve been keenly aware of shadows lately, both literal and figurative. My walks around the neighborhood give me time to think about where my life is heading and about next steps. Putting one foot in front of the other, I ponder the shadows...

Martin Westlake on photography in Indonesia: “not easy but rewarding”

January 13, 2016

         This is another creative interview you won’t want to miss. Martin Westlake, who is based in Indonesia, talks about his creative process, and shares his polished and beautiful photographs. Enjoy!   Do you consider yourself “creative?” How do you express that creativity? First of all, let me...

Creativity is innate but must be nurtured, interview with Lisa Baughn

December 16, 2015

Enjoy this interview with creative person, Lisa Baughn, about what being creative really means anyway. You talked to me before about having a “creative consciousness.” Do you consider yourself an artist? I do, now. But that wasn’t always the case. Right now I’m learning violin, I paint and I...

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How Midori Harima’s antennae help her find important art topics

October 14, 2015

Enjoy this interview with contemporary artist Midori Harima When did you first discover that you were creative? What were you doing? One of my strong memories from childhood, is how I used to draw sea creatures on the playground with my sister and a friend. We were so involved...