Artist born or becomes?

Artist born or becomes?

Non chiederci la parola che squadri da ogni lato l’animo nostro informe, e a lettere di fuoco lo dichiari e risplenda come un croco perduto in mezzo a un polveroso prato. Ah l’uomo che se ne va sicuro, agli altri…

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Wabi sabi: the Zen of things

Wabi sabi: the Zen of things

Wabi Sabi is like the Zen of things, a Japanese aesthetic and philosophical criterion. It intertwines the spiritual, aesthetic, and philosophical elements into daily gestures, residing within a special object that feeds and nurtures our day, akin to a dance.…

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Observing without interpreting: Living in the present of one’s work

Observing without interpreting: Living in the present …

The wisdom of leaving things as they are and perceiving reality without changing or interpreting it is part of Tibetan teachings. Seemingly paradoxical, instead of striving to modify or perfect, another approach emerges: contributing, being present, accepting imperfections. There’s a…

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Embracing Joy: Finding Happiness in Life’s Simple Pleasures

Embracing Joy: Finding Happiness in Life’s …

The joy that surrounds us is a precious gift, a melody that resonates within the soul. It seems so effortless to lose ourselves in the simple wonders that embrace our everyday—a smile that lights up the heart, an embrace that…

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Mastering Dramatic Black and White Portraits: A Guide Inspired by Art History

Mastering Dramatic Black and White Portraits: A …

Introduction: The allure and timeless quality of black and white portraits. The black and white portrait holds timeless allure, speaking directly to the soul, appealing to emotions, making it perfect for capturing the subject’s innermost being. When color is removed,…

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