“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.”

That quote by Thomas Merton was true when he wrote it in one of his most popular books No Man Is An Island, and remains true over six decades later.

Here’s an example of how art has inspired self-actualization.

In the book, which is a collection of meditations on the spiritual life, Merton continues the thought:

The mind that responds to the intellectual and spiritual values that lie hidden in a poem, a painting, or a piece of music, discovers a spiritual vitality that lifts it above itself, takes it out of itself, and makes it present to itself on a level of being that it did not know it could ever achieve.


Peep my pieces…

‘Osiris Rising’

‘Osiris Rising’ is a personal favorite made with acrylic paint—completely custom mixed—on a 12″-sided, 1.5″-thick canvas. Price: $75+shipping

Read more about its inception here.

Celestial Tempest takes acrylic pouring to an ethereal place, and it’ll do the same for any room it’s in.

Click here to get details & see more pictures of this complex & eye-catching piece of art.

‘171 Ophelia’

‘171 Ophelia is a lovely piece that is both dreamy and strong. Lovely hues support a strong focal point while wisps and trails circulate the canvas.

Read more about it here.

Equid

‘Equid’

‘Equid’ is a 10×20 acrylic painting done using the “dirty pour” method. $35+shipping

Wet & Wild

‘Wet & Wild

‘Wet & Wild’ is fluid art that takes classic colors—pink, green, and gold—to an unconventional place. 20×20 square canvas.

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