My art is a statement of intent.
It is my truth. The expression of my deepest parts. It is my soul in song.
The art is multi-faceted. Sometimes it comes as a process of healing; sometimes it comes as a protest. Sometimes it is laced with information on how to succeed in a superficial world.
Often times it is an expression of reverence for life and the systems which sustain us.
My art is an expression of my self-worth.
My art is intended to reveal the more praise-worthy parts of humanity.
My art is my reflection. My art is my contribution to the world.
My art is intended to bring people together. It is a celebration of human spirit. It pays homage to those who have enlightened the world, and it inspires people to action.
It is meant as a catalyst to your own creative expression. It aims to bring you closer to your truth.
My art can be specifically personal. It can be meant for my ears only. Sometimes it is the expression of my woes. It transforms my sadness into acceptance. It is an outlet for my confusion.
It can be a process by which I come to understanding – by which I return to peace.
My art can be public. It can be a clarion call for the benevolent beings. It can challenge people to discover their better natures so that the world may be a little more optimistic.
My art is often spiritual in nature. It joins the temporal with the eternal. They are signposts leading the way to the Absolute.
My art is meant to establish a culture of peace and loving kindness.
My art is meant to inspire awe. To make you stop and re-evaluate the way your life is unfolding. It is meant to make you question the status quo. It celebrates the simple while remaining provocative.
My art is inclusive. It is meant to bring us together rather than drive us apart. It is designed to remind you that we all come from the same source and share the same Earth.
My art is a celebration of life, and a prayer for the presence of peace.
My art aims to reveal the bigger picture. Beyond the timeline of your limited years lies the history of humanity.
My art aims to bring reverence to life and to the Earth.
My art posits the presence of the divine. The divine as the power of nature that propagates life.
My art is a by-product of mind. It attempts to express the unspeakable. It creates moments that remove your from time and the three dimensional world as you glimpse moments of the timeless.
My art is meant to inspire your best self. It is a process of meeting my best self.
Through my process of art I focus my mind and express my love of life.
My art is an act of gratitude. It is an effort to repay the debt of existing. Seeing this life as a precious gift I aim to return the favour by encouraging others to treat life as precious.
My art is intended to bring relief to a weary world.
In an age where the natural world has begun to lose its appeal, and the inorganic has claimed a stranglehold on the minds of many, I hope to convince the world that there is magnificence in the overlooked.
In a time when status and possessions are seen as keys to happiness, my art points to human virtue as the key to a successful life.
My art reminds people that love is greater than money, and your connection to yourself and god and the natural world is directly connected to your peace of mind.
My art is my offering and my service to the world.
I highly revere the word art. As I do god, love, nature, beauty, law and truth. They are closely connected.
Art is the expression of my soul. And my life is my greatest artwork. The way I choose to live, the things that I give importance to, how I choose to communicate and what I choose to consume, these are decisions that define my character. My person is my greatest work of art.
The way I choose to communicate, what I choose to value – these are conscious choices and they reveal my deepest desires.
The ‘art’ more classically called: poems, prose, paintings, songs and the like, are more tangible, concretized expressions of my humanity, of my mind.
My catalogue of work is an expression of my values and my concerns.
Beneath the immediacy of the sound or visual is the quality of my heart.
My art is a representation of my soul.
My art is a statement of intent.