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takahikohayashi:    D-6.Sep.2012painting, collage on paper林孝彦 HAYASHI Takahiko 2012

takahikohayashi: “ painting, collage on paper 林孝彦 HAYASHI Takahiko 2012 ”

Ron Hitchens

Ron Hitchens, the British ceramist and artist, was best known in the for his elaborate reliefs made up of terracotta tiles distinctively carved with abstract imagery. This wall-plaque is made up of eighteen such tiles.

galeria miguel alzueta » Lance Letscher

'Giant Robot' by American artist Lance Letscher Collage on masonite, x 19 in.

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oil/mixed media on canvas, Creating order, but being compelled to mess up the order, and then begin again sorting it out once again. By Anne-Laure Djaballah. Currently at Muse Gallery, in Toronto

Rosalie Gascoigne (Australian, 1917-1999), Gold Rush, 1996. Wood and retro-reflective material on wood, 76.5 x 60.5 cm.

“ Rosalie Gascoigne (Australian, Gold Rush, Wood and retro-reflective material on wood, x cm.

"Judge the work in the beginning by how you are feeling. Are you engaged, are you awake? Is this joyful, engaging? Have you lost track of time? Do you ever dance while you are working? In short, your art practice is where you literally practice being alive. I find it a good rehearsal for how I want to try and be in the rest of my life. The soul knows when you are feeling alive and will let you know by delivering you powerful, authentic artwork." - Nicholas Wilton

How your art practice can help you live fully is a thought artists dwell on. Inspired by Pema Chodrun, Nicholas shows how your art practice can help you live