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  1. Your go to for Artist's Block.

    I didn't notice a thread in here yet on my quick look through about what people do to break up the monotony that my invade your artistic endeavors. You know, the things you rely on to pull you through when you are in a rut and can't find a way out creatively. If that isn't part of the artist's life I don't know what is. What activity do you find is your 'go to' when you need a breather, or what do you do to clear your head. For myself I'll watch a movie or play some online or board games with friends if they are around, but what works best to both relax me and get my brain juices flowing again is cooking. I always try something new and I find that making creative meals and dishes helps with my overall creativity afterward. Plus it helps to think on a full stomach, as I can find myself missing meals if I focus too hard and zone out on working. I also started doing some home brewing a while back, which is an art in itself. I have a mead two weeks into fermentation as I type. I figure it is both a good topic to share tips and ideas, and people might find some new connections or common interests; maybe find a buddy to play online games with or share recipes or something, who knows. Building an artist community is all about those connections, which can lead to create collaborative artworks. Here is one of the brews I made a little over a year or two back. It was nice and smooth, with a mellow bite of hops and sweet fruit flavors. It may not be because of this, but I started working freelance in earnest soon after this beer... just saying.
  2. The Dark Season

    For many of us, it's winter right now, and that means cold and dark. I'm curious how different creative people like you feel about this season. Does it impact your creativity and productivity negatively, or is winter a calm and thoughtful season that really inspires you? For me, winter always starts with a burst of inspiration, but I get burned out from the short days and freezing temperatures within just a few weeks.
  3. am new here, ankara collections

    Am Nangi Goodhead, a fashion crazy designer in Nigeria. ANKARA COLLECTIONS. I got to hear about artbyte for artists, from a friend and am here now! Hope my future will be established here! https://www.facebook.com/ankaracollections/ https://twitter.com/hashtag/ankaracollections ARTBYTE ADDRESS: ARQ7Fm51hKbqPuUzmUSW9zjEwjkNEHgyqQ
  4. PROSOCHE.EED (series)

    From the album PROSOCHE. An aesthethic experienceof dance.

    "Prosoche" is necessary to capture the photograph, in the same fashion as creating the dance, which in the end forms part of the aesthetic experience. With Henri Cartier-Bresson in mind, this photo essay constitutes a collection of different "decisive moments" in progression. It is a confluence between two decisive instantes of creation of creation: dance and photography. . Underwater dance perfectly materializes the representation of prosoche, the only mental state where creation is possible. Thus, the dance with its perfect forms could well symbolize all the arts, and therefore, the potentiality of creation and the infinite possibilities that the creative process entails.

    © © Beatriz Glez Sa 2017

  5. PROSOCHE.EED (series)

    From the album PROSOCHE. An aesthethic experienceof dance.

    "Prosoche" is necessary to capture the photograph, in the same fashion as creating the dance, which in the end forms part of the aesthetic experience. With Henri Cartier-Bresson in mind, this photo essay constitutes a collection of different "decisive moments" in progression. It is a confluence between two decisive instantes of creation of creation: dance and photography. . Underwater dance perfectly materializes the representation of prosoche, the only mental state where creation is possible. Thus, the dance with its perfect forms could well symbolize all the arts, and therefore, the potentiality of creation and the infinite possibilities that the creative process entails.

    © © Beatriz Glez Sa 2017

  6. PROSOCHE.EED (series)

    From the album PROSOCHE. An aesthethic experienceof dance.

    "Prosoche" is necessary to capture the photograph, in the same fashion as creating the dance, which in the end forms part of the aesthetic experience. With Henri Cartier-Bresson in mind, this photo essay constitutes a collection of different "decisive moments" in progression. It is a confluence between two decisive instantes of creation of creation: dance and photography. . Underwater dance perfectly materializes the representation of prosoche, the only mental state where creation is possible. Thus, the dance with its perfect forms could well symbolize all the arts, and therefore, the potentiality of creation and the infinite possibilities that the creative process entails.

    © © Beatriz Glez Sa 2017

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