The great majority of human creativity happens automatically and beneath the surface of conscious awareness. People who don’t feel creative don’t understand themselves well yet. Every single one of us is constantly formulating new sentences and thoughts, constructions of meaning, acts of physical movement, and complex webs of images, memories, expectations, wishes, and fears.
“… he felt like everyone was connected, and when you use the mask, you take away the differences.” -Mary Browning Johnson (one of Meatyard’s models) Seymour suggests the article: The Man Behind The Masks and encourages you to explore Ralph Eugene Meatyard’s photography in book form. ps: HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
AHNA SEMENOV is a former biology major and is currently enrolled in nursing school. When we stumbled across her blog we were most impressed by her talent and versatility and ability to harness both her left and right brain. We were particularly fascinated by her anatomical drawings and the manner in which she approaches the […]
JAY BATLLE is an American artist. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in the U.S., Germany, France, Dubai, Holland, Italy, Chile, and Britain. His work has also appeared in New York at Exit Art, The Chelsea Museum of Art, and The Dorsky Gallery, at the Ausstellungshalle Zeitgenössische Kunst in Munster Germany, and […]