Over the next few months I’ll begin posting artwork, inspiring quotes, exhibitions and student work here. My intention is to create connections and build community around various forms of creativity and healing. I would love for you to be a part of this “virtual” community! I hope you’ll join us.
Here’s one of my favorite inspiring quotes from Henri Cartier-Bresson. It’s even better hearing him say it with his French accent. Just lovely!
Sometimes we think we can create great work by making a few attempts. This quote inspires me to create lots of ideas and then choose the best, keeping in mind that sometimes I still need to keep working at it.
What inspires you to keep working?
If you haven’t been to the Vero Beach Museum of Art to see the current exhibition Treasure Coast Creates I highly recommend you do so before it closes on September 3, 2023. Think of it as an opportunity for a burst of inspiration before summer winds down.
The exhibition features artwork from 137 artists residing in Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin counties. The quality of work and range of expression is fantastic! Juror Ellen E. Roberts, formally of the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, and the VBMA museum staff did an amazing job curating and installing the work into a multi-themed yet cohesive exhibition. You won’t be disappointed!
I’m honored to have new work from my series Standing on the Shore of the Cosmic Ocean featured as part of this exhibition.
For more images from this new series of photographs visit Standing on the Shore of the Cosmic Ocean.
Several of my coaching clients and students are also featured in this exhibition. I’m very proud of them and encourage you to check out their work. They include Susan B. Hale, Jim Cohoe, Matt Erpenbeck, Gregory McIntosh and Lynne Hollingsworth. Here’s a link to my previous post featuring some of their work.