Being Alive and Free Being in a state of “ready to die” Living on the edge Vitrified !
As young people We are the Fire element And it is Surely Needed For Change Cause only through This Belief And this Strength Literally This Over-confidence Do We Create Changes in Real life! Not just internal Personal changes But Also External In Manifest Form
Conscious Change! I wish And Dream Conscious Childbearing! Is my path now. This Creative Life Is Progressing And Developing Living this Creative Life.
The Element Speaks through This Fired Clay
Being Alive and Free Being in a state of “ready to die” Living on the edge
As young people We are the Fire element And it is Surely Needed For Change Cause only through This Belief And this Strength Literally This Over-confidence Do We Create Changes in Real life! Not just internal
Forces of Ecstasy
Forces of Nature
Forces of Human Capability
Forces of Creation and Destruction
All come together
Forcing into Action
Though I have already learned
Staying at “Zero”
Acceptance, Love, Tolerances,
Bliss, Fullness, Beauty,
Awareness, Wisdom, Vitality
Yet, I’am pulled and pushed
Into responding and on occasion Continue reading →
The rivers are drying
The Earth quakes every now and then
We build dams on the rivers.
I see dry mountains
With new trees
Been in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India for the last few weeks. Foothills of the Himalayas.
Visiting cousins and looking for a new space for the pottery studio.
Felt the end of a phase and the beginning of another.
Been staying in this beautiful old house surrounded by trees on the edge of the city.
Rajpur Road, Shehanshahi.
As a ceramic artist and teacher.
I make my little effort towards the environment.
Using and saving electricity, water, re-cycling clay, using food-grade chemicals.
Sharing some photographs and links to some special organizations/events I came across –
Karl Blossfeldt (June 13, 1865 – December 9, 1932 – age 67) was a Germanphotographer, sculptor, teacher, and artist who worked in Berlin, Germany. He is best known for his close-up photographs of plants and living things, published in 1929 as, Urformen der Kunst. He was inspired, as was his father, by nature and the way in which plants grow. He believed that ‘the plant must be valued as a totally artistic and architectural structure.’
A Beauty-full day spent in Delhi! Kendo and Samurai talk/Demo, Japanese Musical instruments exhibition at The Japan Foundation, Photo exhibition of Dancers/dance forms from around the world, Ceramic exhibition at the Visual Arts Gallery in IHC and finally ended the evening at Nehru Park : Bhakti Sangeet !!!