Art as a Way of Life

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North Atlantic Books, 2009 - Art - 91 pages
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Filled with elegant watercolors and inspirational prose, Art as a Way of Life offers reflections on art and creativity, empowering us to discover and nurture the creative spirit within. It is an encouraging book for people wanting to live, work, and love in the creative spirit.

A wide range of creative innovators, including Carl Rogers, Robert Henri, Tom Jay, Henry David Thoreau, Ansel Adams, and Vincent van Gogh, contribute poignant and moving thoughts, quotes, sayings, interviews, and poems on the beauty of love and art. Through these contemporary and past theorists, musicians, artists, writers, and poets, Art as a Way of Life explores what it is to be passionate, inspired, and blissful.
 

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About the author (2009)

Roderick MacIver founded Heron Dance in 1995 to celebrate the seeker's journey and the spirit and beauty of all that is wild. His words and his watercolors are inspired by a love of wild places and the peace and rhythm he finds there. Roderick's watercolors are the perfect medium to express his reverence for nature, reflecting a simple flow and simplicity. Born in Canada, Rod currently splits his time between Heron Dance Press in Vermont and his studio in New York's Adirondacks.

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