What is it that we shop for this 2nd week of Advent?
Added by Roz Dimon on December 4, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments
My first video premiered two days ago at the Oyster Point hotel in Red Bank, NJ. A women distressed in an alley encounters the Light. Inspired by John 8:12.
Added by Gerda Liebmann on December 4, 2011 at 2:27pm — No Comments
Sun Ra.... excerpt: 'A Recipe(less) Recipe'....
In my recent research into the fascinating life, music and self-fabricated 'mythology' that remains the legacy left to us of the famous Jazz-Big Band Keyboardist/ Leader Sun Ra (b. 1914 - d. 1993), I came across and wish to present here the following literary account. It takes place during the early 1960's, in downtown New York City, @ the Original, 'Sun Ra Arkestra' Headquarters, called: 'THE SUN PALACE'. This large house/…
Added by Robert Eustace on November 25, 2011 at 1:44am — No Comments
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By Robert Eustace - Avant Sacred Artist www.myspace.com/roberteustace
Added by Robert Eustace on November 25, 2011 at 1:24am — No Comments
Robert Eustace - Avant Sacred Artist www.myspace.com/roberteustace
It has become ever increasingly clear in our day that 'Nature' has become less and less that mysterious nurturing or animating force that emerged with the birth of the universe and more something that we are re-creating ourselves. We are living in the artificial construct of our own making - a world that revolves around endless simulation, the constant barrage of…
Added by Robert Eustace on November 25, 2011 at 1:12am — No Comments
From time to time....
Someone will inevitably ask me....
"What is your art medium" ? -or-
"What kind of materials do you use" ?
I will then sort of scratch my head....
Pause ever so briefly....
Then say matter-of-factly:
"Whatever I can get MY HANDS ON" !!!!
Usually in the choice(s) of 'Which Materials' ?
Of course much slow careful (agonizing) deliberation and endless pondering
Proceeds any sort of final decision making....
Through a series…
Added by Robert Eustace on November 25, 2011 at 1:03am — No Comments
* (page 53) * "I do all my work using an intense focus, and I do not allow my energy and focus to be dragged into the devolving human world. Each one of us similarly has a light of focus; but the world steals the light of most people and uses - or misuses - it for its own ends.
I say "steal", but the problem is that people take part in the loss of their own energy, because they like the circus game and the distractions. The entry price into the human game is energy or…Continue
Added by Robert Eustace on November 24, 2011 at 2:40am — No Comments
"The Re-enchantment of the world":
The sickness of contemporary life,
pervaded with heavy drug use and alcoholism,
stems from the futile attempt of scientific culture
to eradicate holistic perception.
But holistic cognition is a primary ecological
perception of nature rooted in biological substrate,
and present before the ego ever rises".
-another short quote-
"Commodification of knowledge necessarily means
a loss of nuance, and we see…
Added by Robert Eustace on November 24, 2011 at 2:29am — No Comments
Martha Chatelain was one of the artists who gave an artist's talk to students at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon prior to the opening reception of the national juried exhibition, "Expressions of Faith" curated by Tim Timmerman. The show runs from Nov. 10 - Dec. 8.
Here is her slide show and accompanying text:…Continue
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Jesus promises that when we step out to be the hands and feet, he will go with us.
I am stepping.
I leave in a few rapidly-approaching hours for a short trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Not the PV Americans visit on summer vacation trips with family.
Not PV of beaches and surf and sand.
I leave for PV of poverty~
of native villages and groups of women waking each day, the…
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Added by Greg Halvorsen Schreck on November 15, 2011 at 1:00am — No Comments
...another blog post! ...peacelovejoyLaima
I was listening to some morning inspiration a few days ago and the speaker told of a story she and her husband…Continue
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Greg Halvorsen Schreck employs technological advances in the production of his Lambertian portrait photographs. A Lambertian photograph is a image that consists entirely of light and shadow. 96 pieces of wood replace pigments, inks and emulsion to construct the photograph. In the daylight, the wood pieces appear as a carved sculpture; however, a single light source raking across the surface magically reveals a black and white photograph.…Continue
Added by Greg Halvorsen Schreck on October 18, 2011 at 10:25am — No Comments