Art week one

Mature spiritual leaders make room for and welcome the prophetic—the challenging, new, and unexpected—even while holding onto the essentials of our wisdom traditions. Picasso did this for painting, Martha Graham and Michael Jackson did the same for dance, and Einstein did it for physics and cosmology.

Week 1 Summary Saturday, May 19, Fr. Suggestion keeps the mystery open and extends us the courtesy of inviting us to see the thing for ourselves. You do not have to be an artist to do this—you simply follow the lines as you see them, tracing them on paper.

Or, you may trace the image with your finger, or both. The canvas then becomes alive with personal meaning meant just for us. How does this experience support your willingness to be opened, to be healed? In wonder, we are invited to look at every aspect of an image and ponder it as an encounter with God.

Suggestion respects the mystery and richness of a thing. Visio Divina facilitates a relationship with an image or subject, patiently being with it, receptive in mind and heart, perhaps even in dialogue with it. It is a way of seeing an aspect of ourselves in God at the non-verbal, heart level.

Description is always direct and frequently closes off what it names. It does not foreclose on the adventure of revelation.

The arts help us to hear above the cacophony and pause in the midst of our multitasking. The power of imagination and art is at the level of soul, where we do not consciously know what is happening. The arts engage a sacred frequency that is perforated with pauses.

Wednesday Art can amplify the sacred and challenge the status quo. Monday One person, symbol, or idea can set the course of history and its meaning in one direction instead of another.

The Invisible Embrace HarperCollins: Take the time to gaze at an image and allow it to speak to you, first on the level of what is seen with the eyes of your rational mind, the literal details of the image.

This is the same movement of the Spirit we can experience with Lectio Divina and Scripture. Settle in and rest in the presence of the image. This is how a work of art can allow itself to be seen in so many different and often conflicting ways.Plus One Gallery.

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Shadows over Innistrad Art—Week 1

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With so much great art coming out during previews, and hardly a second to catch our breath and truly appreciate it, we thought we'd stop and stare at the roses, so to speak.

So below you'll find some of our favorite art previewed on cards this week. Art of the Week. 6, likes · 1 talking about this. Art of the Week: a weekly work of art, its meaning, and biographical details about the artist(s). Jump to. One virtuous maiden survived, rescued by a god disguised as an eagle, which swooped down and carried her to a mountain top; there she gave birth to twins, fathered by the eagle-god.

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Art: Week 1. Summary: Sunday, May Friday, May 18, Our divine DNA carries the creative impulse of the Creator. Even if you don’t consider yourself creative or artistic, it is an inherent part of your Aqua Art Miami DecemberOne of the best fairs for emerging art during Miami’s Art Week, Aqua Art Miami has consistently earned critical recognition for presenting vibrant and noteworthy international art programs.


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