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Celebrations of creative quirk and spiritual wonder.
Stories, ideas, excerpts — and a thoughtful if sometimes silly question.
All to inspire playful soulful creators just like you.
"What do we do with chaos? Creativity has an answer. We are told by those who have studied the processes of nature that creativity happens [...]
I was having a hard time getting through to successful artists. I would send my dutiful email detailing at length why they should exhibit at [...]
"Modern-day presentations of Maslow’s theory often leave out this critical notion of an integrated hierarchy and instead focus on the stage-like pyramid—even though in his [...]
Have you ever been dumped because you were a jerkhole and you realized you'd better correct your ways or you were going to die alone? [...]
We'll remember this time of coronavirus better than most of our birthdays. We weirdly and fondly recall physical challenges, though usually only long after we've [...]
I was leaving for New York City in a few weeks from South Florida -- on a motorcycle. The woman I was casually dating at [...]
THAT was on a bumper sticker today. Not two assault rifles crossed together with an Assault Life tagline. Not an insult hurled across the political [...]
The previous post -- Wanted: Art maniacs -- highlighted an art madman I've known for the 25 years we've been in the gallery business. A [...]
Meet Paul Tamanian -- or The Tamaniac as he's been dubbed. They say Don't judge a book by its cover. But in this case you [...]
Granted it might not seem much of a gift -- to imagine your way into a better experience, even if only for the next little [...]
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