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Dance Around a Fallen Tree

DANCE AROUND A FALLEN TREE Photo and Text by Lynda Lehmann c 2018 Dance around a fallen tree  like me, like me. I’m in and out of the fallen tree but all around her  roots will sprout and later spread … Continue reading

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Today’s Thoughts on Art

I believe the “logic” of abstract art is purely an internal logic: a logic of the visual language. Some or many elements compete for various positions in the totality of the piece, and those elements can be compared to the … Continue reading

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Love and Self-Mastery

What is the glue that binds the universe?  What human attributes or qualities bring order and warmth out of a vast, chaotic and impersonal cosmos? Only love and self-mastery move us out of both cosmic and personal chaos into the … Continue reading

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The Spark

Lake at Dawn – Image c Lynda Lehmann   THE SPARK Creativity is the tiny voice that sings “I am” in the gloom of  darkest night.   It is the song of the soul revealing itself, reveling in tiny moments of … Continue reading

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Stepping Through the Door: Perfection or Adventure?

For me, making art is an ongoing and infinite experience.  It’s a dynamic activity which I undertake for the joy of it.  One of the things I love about abstract painting is the freedom from imposed judgements of “right” and “wrong,” and the … Continue reading

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How Art Empowers Us

Like most people, I’m fascinated by questions about the nature of life and our place in the cosmos. As a human being, I feel all the ageless and timeless doubts of the human condition. But there’s one thing I know … Continue reading

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