Art and Soulie Spot 9
Stories from the Creative Path
Sally McKern’s Creative Circle of Life continued…
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Click here for the story so far (Part One).
So now my baby girl daughter is 23 and I am 46
She is a beautiful young goddess in her own right.
Looking back on all of this now I am realising that these creative moments were crucial points in my development.
These experiences went a long way in defining who I became as an adult and who I am today.
My beautiful son is now 19 and he is also out in the world doing his own thing in the big city like his sister, hundreds of miles from my home in the country. I am not so identified now with the mother archetype, not in the same way I was when the kids were growing up. Now my holding and guiding is done from a distance and there is more letting go and observing.
Child of the Universe
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All these years
Could this be an Artist Axiom?
An Illustrator Credo?
I Ink, Therefore I Am
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Cartesian dualism has a lot to answer for.
I’ve long wanted to make that statement, but
Creative Love Exchange Revisited
I’ve joined the wondrous global Art Therapy + Happiness community.
My first task:
Create an Introduction Wheel, featuring the four Cs in four quadrants. The four Cs? Courage, Compassion, Connection, Contribution. Right up my alley.
The four Cs mean a lot to me. I spend days pondering how I might portray them. I itch to get to my art-making. Finally!
I carve out time and space. I ignore my list of Tasks-To-Do-Now-Or-Your-Life-Will-Topple-Over. I am at play.