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Quote of the Day: Rodin

From “To the Venus de Milo” “For myself, the ancient masterpieces blend themselves in my memory with all the joys of my early manhood; or rather, the antique is my youth itself, which surges still in my heart and hides … Continue reading

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Happy Master’s Day

In Cyprianism, Master’s Day is a day to recognize and honor the person you’ve chosen as an artistic (and spiritual) mentor. For me, though I am a writer, it is Auguste Rodin. I try to apply the things he said, … Continue reading

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Life Lessons from Art – The Chisel

“There is no truth more esoteric (hidden) than the truth of art.” That phrase has been resonating in my head over the last few weeks. On a recent walk I conjured a scenario where I was being interviewed by someone about … Continue reading

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Life Lessons from Art – Harmony

I love Beautiful synchronicity. Yesterday, as I was preparing to write something about today’s Feast of Miriam I began looking at paintings of Mary Magdalene and saving them on my computer. But at the same time I began to feel … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day – Rainer Maria Rilke

“A hand that touches no longer totally belongs from which it came. It and the object it touches or grasps together form something new, something else that has no name and that belongs to no one.”  – Rainer Maria Rilke, regarding … Continue reading

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