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Making Pearls: Living the Creative Life
(USA: Watson-Guptill, @CrownPublishing, 2001)
For artists and painters who wish to create not only projects of beauty, but ones that also reflect inner spirituality, Making Pearls is the ultimate primer for expanding creativity and spirituality in every area of art and life.
Filled with dozens of lush, reflective paintings, Making Pearls takes the reader, step by step, through the seven stages of the creative cycle: Waiting, Opening, Closing, Holding, Releasing, Emptying, and Sitting. Within each chapter are several evocative essays and inspirational exercises that demonstrate how each of these creative stages affects the mind, body, and spirit. Chapters also include meditative exercises, as well as an evolving painting project for the readers that serves as a microcosm of the full creative process.
This reflective, inspirational guide demonstrates the essential process and purpose of creativity: to make pearls of meaning and beauty of our selves and our lives. For the new-age artist on the path to spiritual awareness, Making Pearls is the ultimate resource for living a totally creative life, body and soul.
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