Winston Churchill once said “We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.” Every city has a story that encompasses all the memories of the people who lived in their “hometown.” Even in our world where people move from city to city, there is an emotional attachment to a location where we have resided, evenContinue reading “We Shape Our Cities”
Tag Archives: Street Art
Thank you Resa!
“Whether it’s a kind thought or deed, a small monetary donation, a large endowment, volunteer services or a dedicated career there is a role for all in the betterment of life on earth. “Art Gowns” are my creations that have been inspired by beautiful people who care.” Resa McConaghy Anne of Green Gables once said,Continue reading “Thank you Resa!”
Street Art & Connections
Art cannot be contained behind the walls of stately palaces, posh galleries or antiquated museums. Art is not the sole domain of private collectors. For me, art is a universal concept that connects artist and explorer, teacher and student, adult and child. Over the centuries, attempts to structure creativity have, in many cases, brought aboutContinue reading “Street Art & Connections”
“I write from my soul. This is the reason that critics don’t hurt me, because it is me. If it was not me, if I was pretending to be someone else, then this could unbalance my world, but I know who I am.” Paulo Coelho Who decides whether art is good or bad? Is it basedContinue reading “Who Decides?”
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