Reflections on the anthroposophical approach to art ‘ … because it is light filled as well, the nature of watercolour gives a luminosity to the picture which I think gives it an innately spiritual quality’ Sue Cramer, curator of Hilma af Klint: The Secret Paintings exhibition, Art Gallery of NSW.
The Lived Experience of a Pandemic was the follow-up online community gathering for the ASinA building on the success of our first event. Here is some of the feedback we received: “A real warming this cold digital world was experienced” “Thank you for the Easter talk, it supplied nourishment in
Light and darkness as revealed The polarity of light and darkness is an excellent example of a binary opposition where the two opposing forces are best experienced simultaneously. Although they can be found in nature separately, our experiencing of them is enhanced by seeing them together, in interplay. consider
I had works in an exhibition earlier this month, for the first time in, I don’t know how long, but it must be fifteen years? Partly because I was busy with lazure murals between 1998 and 2006 and they are permanently on exhibition (unless someone paints over them). But partly