|Inspiration from the garden this morning.|
That happened last night while hearing Karen Kunc (click here for her beautiful website), a renowned woodcut print artist, giving a lecture. I can't quite articulate everything yet as my thoughts are still churning. Once they settle down, I can look at how my inner landscape has changed and share some of that with you.
What I can say is that it was a joy hearing someone present her art, whose life seems to be completely integrated. She seems to be using her art to relate to the world around her, to communicate her thoughts and passions and to share her unique interpretation. She has found the gift only she can bring to the world and somehow shares it without pretense or holding back. Her art is abstract and again it isn't. As you can see, I really can't quite sort out my thinking about this yet.
What I do know is that I want to be an artist like that - where there is no difference between my life and my art, where one feeds the other seamlessly. Well, as you can see I am super eager to share my thoughts with you, my creative family, but I am still lacking the words. I do have a feeling though that many of you can relate...
Until my thoughts settle down, I am enjoying these beautiful fall days we are having right now. I hope you are, too!!