Tag Archives: seeing
Winter is on it’s way. . . Evergreens wait patiently for cold weather, their trendy green tips accenting darker winter wardrobes. Maples, finding nothing new to wear, choose to spend winter naked rather than wear the same thing two years … Continue reading
Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life. ~Pablo Picasso
This bell sat on the top of a grave stone. It stopped my heart for a second. Who, why. Should I ring the bell for them or for me. ©2019 Sharron R. McMillan
Mushrooms are popping up everywhere throughout the woods.
One who is noisy in the wood, scares away mushrooms. ~Russian proverb
When we show up to make art, we need to first get still enough to hear what wants to be expressed through us, and then we need to step out of the way and let it. We must be willing … Continue reading
We create them, our own little worlds where we think we are the same, we have a label, we have a name. We are the wise, who know what is best for all those others not part of our quest. … Continue reading
Great art has this power, this power to grab your attention and suspend it: we stare, sometimes awestruck, sometimes silent, but we cease the restless movement that otherwise characterizes our every waking moment. . . . ~Ken Wilber.
A miraculous event unfolds when we throw the lead of our personal story into the transformative flames of creativity. Our hardship is transmuted into something golden. With that gold we heal ourselves and redeem the world. ~Mirabai Starr
Naked and cold she shivers in the November wind hoping to shed the last tenacious leaves and finally go dormant until Spring. ©2019 Sharron R. McMillan
Eating like little pigs and growing like weeds