Entries tagged with “Art”
The transformative potential of the blend of coaching, creative expression and depth work is undeniable to those who have experienced this method.
Samsara, a non-verbal, visually astounding documentary, is the second feature film by Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson, the creators of 1992’s critically acclaimed Baraka. Filmed in 25…
Artist, author, and self-identified “permission-giver,” Flora Bowley shares how she blends creativity and spirituality in day-to-day living.
Think back to how you played as a child. Remember how it felt to create your own stories and scenarios and games? In the middle of creative flow, there is a feeling of …
One year, my wife and I attended several plays in the Fringe Festival in Dublin, Ireland, where we were living. I remember especially a favorite of mine, Play, by Samuel Becke…
Admittedly, Capoeira isn’t for everyone. The Afro--Brazilian martial art features leg sweeps, handstands, and acrobatic exchanges between two sparring practitioners who are encircl…
Download this artwork by Amanda Blake with a quote from Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber.
Sooraya Graham, a devout Muslim and an art student in British Columbia, took a photo of a woman draped in niqab and abaya (face veil and full-body covering), folding a bra while do…
Two people, three colors, four layers—and a lot of fun!
In this episode, Flora Bowley shows how collaboration can bring together creativity and connection.
Savannah Ballet Theatre’s Abby McCuen is making theater more inclusive with sensory-friendly performances.
In this episode of Your Creative Spirit, Flora introduces the concept of visual riffing.
On the heels of her new book, we chat up Karla McLaren on what we can learn from our anger, how to approach anxiety, why positive emotions aren't always positive, and more.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Santa Fe-based artist Alexandra Eldridge about intuition, illustrating the tarot deck, and the importance of trusting yourself.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum chatted with this issue’s featured artist, Andrea D’Aquino, about creativity and silence, her affinity for collage, and more
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Brooklyn-based artist Erin Robinson about the corporate world, digital art, and her evolution as an illustrator.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum talked with this issue’s featured artist, Estée Preda, about winters in Québec, her past life filming snowboarding movies, and much more.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum talked with Portland-based artist Mary Alayne Thomas about Santa Fe, moodiness, querencia, and more.
Because I Was a PainterDirected by Christophe CognetUNIFRANCE FILMSChristophe Cognet’s quiet, almost experimental documentary asks that eternal question, “Can an artistic depiction…
Voyage to Tahiti
“The mandala is an archetypal image whose occurrence is attested throughout the ages. It signifies the wholeness of the Self.” —Carl G. Jung, Memories, Dreams and ReflectionsHave y…
In the last part of her five-part series on mushrooms, Leslie Krongold looks at mushroom ... art, including dyes made from mushrooms.
Learn how this artist starts her day with camera in hand.
“How close to human / must the breathed-in air come / before it develops a sense of shame or humor?”
Art as Activism at the Bhakti Festival
How to turn any ordinary tree into a poet-tree
The world needs our creativity, compassion, and intuitive intelligence. Today it is essential that we sense the interconnectedness of our world. Whatever happens to any one of us —…
Our local sangha wasn’t able to have our four-hour sitting yesterday because of a huge snowstorm, which knocked out power at the Unitarian church where we meet. I just got back fr…
In the third episode of Your Creative Spirit, Flora Bowley shares a visualization practice utilizing watercolors.
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“Meditation on the 16th century Isenheim Altarpiece was prescribed to the sick. ... Could art still accomplish a miracle of comfort and consolation today ... and remind people of their mortality while also mitigating fear ... and instilling hope? ... Maybe it’s time to bring this practice of the past into the present—as a way to move into the future.”