COVID-19 and Your Art

COVID-19 and Your Art


Let’s see this pandemic as a propitious time to quit this whirlwind of vanity and consumerism. […] In our studio, at our easel or our desk, the time is right for deepening personal truths, so essential for future artistic endeavors. The time is favorable for revamping our own publications including our artistic statements and websites. The time is appropriate to devote ourselves to serious art readings. In brief, a time to search, a time to find a new equilibrium. Continue reading COVID-19 and Your Art

Self-hypnosis and Art

Self-hypnosis and Art


To approach the artistic creation, to give life to something new, this new thing that makes us unique, does it not leave the realm of “objective reality” to fit or to insert into the invisible world of “anomalies” under the state of self-hypnosis? {…} In short, painting is not so difficult to practise (you can find millions of techniques on Google), but to achieve extreme clarity, that is something else! Continue reading Self-hypnosis and Art