DO YOUUU UNDERSTAAAND A WOOORD THATS COMING OUT OF MY MOUTH??? -Carter to Lee in Rush Hour As I immerse myself into a gooey icky mess of paints and sprays ( and a sweet burning scents of weed that some kids are blowing nearby ) I take a moment to step back and observe the … Continue reading Random Thoughts : Just Do It!
http://www.crosswalk.com/culture/the-arts/how-to-live-artistically-for-god.html Here is an inspiring article one should read about how we can use our gift of creating to serve our one and only God, himself the Great Creator. It was a fortunate luck that I ran across this article, as I myself was contemplating how I could use this gift of art to serve. To … Continue reading Random Thoughts: Art and God
Many times I have heard that to be a successful artist one must be locked away in his/her studio and make art nonstop. At times it sounds pretty laborious, and it is. I admit I only work few hours on Fridays on my art making and majority of other times committed to house chores … Continue reading Random Thoughts: I Don’t Wanna Paint today…
Positive thinking…that’s the key
Do you want more better finances, success, health, love or happiness? There is a way to bring these into your life. There are certain principals in the Bible that people have used for thousands of years to bring these good things. Jesus said faith is key to receiving good things.
Faith starts in the mind, so to achieve success, train your mind to activate the power you need for success in these areas. Psychologists have said for many years that your attitude, your confidence that you can achieve a goal is the most important thing towards achieving it. A famous study by a Yale professor named Rosenthal demonstrated that when teachers believed their students were top achievers, they became better students just because of the teachers faith in them. You must have faith in yourself.
Many famous athletes, inventors, businessmen, etc. talk about the power of confidence. During the…
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I am inspired by many different artists. Van Gogh for his bold graphic painting style. Picasso for his eclectic mix and mastery of techniques and styles. Jean Michel Basquiat for his speed, energy, brutality, and honesty in his unusual frenetic drawings. Keith Haring for his playful cartoony shapes and forms that seem to take on … Continue reading Random Thoughts: Artists That Inspire Me