“All of us are engaged daily with works of art, even if we are neither professionals nor amateur artists. We read books, we listen to music, we look at posters, we admire flower arrangements. Art, as I am using the word, does not include just “high art”, that is, painting, sculpture, poetry, classical music, but also the more popular expressions – the novel, the theatre, the cinema, popular music and rock. In fact, there is a very real sense in which the Christian life itself should be our greatest work of art. Even for the great artist, the most crucial work of art is his life.”

-Art and the Bible, Francis Schaeffer, 49.

[art][ink and marker] Mandala-ish #2

Before every art therapy lecture, our art therapy professor/instructor gave us 15 minutes to "de-stress" and relax by drawing mandalas, pictures, or art. We were told that these pieces of art would, later in the semester, be interpreted/critiqued by us in terms of art therapy - what they could possibly mean and what part this... Continue Reading →

“Mandala-ish” (Note 4 Art)

Infinite Studio Mobile created the most amazing "photoshop" app for Android: the Painter app, which I paid to unlock (for a minimal sum) in order to use the full set of tools. No regrets. I have recently discovered the kaleidoscope and symmetry tools which have enabled me to create digital "mandalas". I hesitate to call these... Continue Reading →

“Cozy Cat” (Note 4 art)

My sister had a very cozy cat called Sophie. I was sad to hear that Sophie had to find a new home. She was a very snuggly cat. This picture was drawn on my Samsung Note 4, using the Painter app.

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