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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The unwritten

For the intuitive artist, the future is unwritten and the metascape without form. The moment of inspiration will arrive in its own way and on its own terms.

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Do you trust?

Intuitive art is a movement that begins in the artist and finds expression through whatever media or materials are available. It is personal and practical.

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In-sight

To find the visionary realm, we use intuition and follow the contours of the inner eye to the source of our own light.

To find the visionary realm, we use intuition and follow the contours of the inner eye to the source of our own light.

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Insight and intuition

When I create an artwork, it's an improvisation, it's impulsive.

In honor of Slow Art Day, take at least 10 minutes to immerse yourself in this epic intricate artwork created by intuitive artist Lanon Carl Prigge for Artful Contemplation. And then (casually and comfortably, with no goal other than to share) discuss your experience with someone.

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More than a moment

More than a moment. “Is a picture made in a single moment? No, it is built up piece-by-piece, just like a house. And the spectator—is his looking done in a single moment?” (Paul Klee) Intuitive artwork for artful contemplation in honor of Slow Art Day.

Slow Art Day takes place on Saturday 6 April this year. So this week we’ll be posting one of our intuitive artworks daily in honor of lingering longer, and finding deep contemplation, through art. Join us in this space of mindful co-creativity.

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Slow looking, deep discoveries

Slow looking, deep discoveries. The creation of an intuitive artwork is part of a larger movement of which the artist find him or herself.

An intuitive artwork from The Dragon Dreams Collection freely available for daily Artful Contemplation. Also available to rent or buy on Sedition.

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Settle down, settle in.

Our need for stillness, silence and personal sanctuary increases in proportion to the speed, intensity and sociability of our lives. Like any mindfulness practice, Artful Contemplation offers us the opportunity to slow down, settle in, pay attention and appreciate what is right before us.

Our need for stillness, silence and personal sanctuary increases in proportion to the speed, intensity and sociability of our lives. Like any mindfulness practice, Artful Contemplation offers us the opportunity to slow down, settle in, pay attention and appreciate what is right before us.

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