Come to your senses (part 3)

Slow looking brings deep discoveries. Activate your intuitive imagining and sensory appreciation through these delightful Artful Contemplation prompts.

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Come to your senses (part 2)

Activate your intuitive imagining through Artful Contemplation. Ask yourself: what is this before me? If I were about to eat this, where would I begin?

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Come to your senses (part 1)

Pause for a moment. Soften your focus. Unclench your fists. Now ask yourself: what is this before me? Open up worlds of possibility through Artful Contemplation.

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Forms are feelings

What is a circle? All forms are perceived first as feelings, and upon this foundation are built all subsequent perceptions.

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Art Yoga

Yoga is both connection and concentration, and derives from the Sanskrit root word meaning ‘yoke’ or ‘union’. Artful Contemplation is a practice of yoga.

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Night visions

The artist does not need culture. But culture is obsessed with the artist. Because without the artist, culture stagnates. Visionary artist, Lanon Carl Prigge As for the future, your task is not to foresee it, but to enable it. Antoine de Saint-Exupery The visionary realm embraces the entire spectrum of imaginal spaces; from heaven to […]

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Letting go (part four)

Quantum artist, Lanon Carl Prigge, describes the process of intuitive painting as letting go, remaining open to possibility and attuning to the metascape.

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Letting go (part three)

“There exists only this instant, for as long as I can ride it; this wave of existential juice.” Quantum artist Lanon Carl Prigge on the art of letting go.

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Letting go (part two)

Meta-, from the Greek meta– μετά- meaning “after” or “beyond” points to the fact that our artworks reference dimensions of experience that lie beyond ordinary sight, language and definition.

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Letting go (part one)

When I enter the metascape, I regularly enter through the portal of a digital canvas. It sounds so sci-fi to say it like that (Terence McKenna would have approved). I enter in so many ways.

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