Tag Archives: Artistic

Music Perspective

Lights
Of a different space
Come fill this place
The soft peals of a distant song
Echoes of a journey an invitation to come along
Dusty Lights fill the stage
One girl stands alone, to share a page

A page
Not just a melodic words to appealing sounds
But a testimony to an unfolding story resounds
Out of those notes the rhythm that song
Come the echoes of a journey an invitation to come along
One girl, one attempt, simply to share a page
One courageous action, to share center stage

A song
More than the allotment of time for a series of notes
It’s the heart of the girl, her dreams her hopes
You dare to criticize the way she shares their soul
You dare to constrict an expression that could make you whole
Life is not based on your basis of reality
Accept the fact that through your lack of understanding can grow a principality

Courage
Under the burden of your words, spoken or not
That woman shares her heart despite being distraught
That one up there on the stage
She knows that growth comes from change
True courage is staying true to what you believe and who you are
Despite the growing war to control the peals of a guitar

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Color

Color is an expression of spirit.  A unique mixture of texture perceived differently by all yet shared on a common platform of sight.  Everyone perceives the essence of color differently yet through the common bond of the act of perceiving we can share life.  Color is a bond unique to our condition; all are individuals and see differently yet it is on the basis of one plane that we can communicate.  Color speaks to the soul not through a code confined by distinct rigid properties, but as a soft urging of the soul.   Often the eyes of the spirit are disregarded by logic, yet it is that very ability, unique to everyone, that can be used to bond even the most extreme of opposites. Eyes are used to see the physical, but that is not where our perception was meant to stop. Everything in the physical is a hint into the spiritual, an invitation to explore and discover a meaning greater than the mere observation of a color. It is on that level of exploration that all the discrepancies and beautiful shifting perspectives of the mind can become united in its purpose; connection, intimacy, and a revelation of a divine purpose.  So lets see what happens when we purposely expand our horizon, give our spirit room to thrive, and dive into the world of color.

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Autumn Lights

I have a high value for creativity, and I have recently developed a love of art. I am not only interested in the famous paintings of renaissance artists but I am particularly keen on the work of amazing captivators. Thats ultimately what art is, the pursuit of expressing a thought idea or image in a way that expresses beauty and draws in and captivates the common observer. Art isn’t just the ability to apply a medium to a piece of paper or a canvas in a certain style it is the ability to, produce, express, or portray a realm, according to aesthetic principles, of what is beautiful, appealing, or of more than ordinary significance. Art is the science of significance. It is the ability to recognize and display or draw attention to significance. Art is made infinitely more meaningful if the artist is revealing a believe an ideal or a fascinating spectacle. This art piece really captured my imagination because it makes me feel as if I am sitting on a bench right after a thunderstorm at night with a cool breeze observing the lights. Lights are something we take for granted often their beauty is mistaken for functionality. There is something profoundly beautiful and captivating about the ingenuity of man to make light, and taking time to observe the little things is something I truly value.

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