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Want to discover YOUR creative rhythm — and start making art to the tickity-tock of your inner clock?

Want to discover YOUR creative rhythm — and start making art to the tickity-tock of your inner clock?

Exploring Malplaquet House, a truly incredible building and hidden paradise in the East End of London

Exploring Malplaquet House, a truly incredible building and hidden paradise in the East End of London

Wonder, 2005  British artist Stella Vine has been both celebrated and vilified by art critics and the media for her often controversial artworks. A figurative painter, Vine draws from the media, people and life experiences with a brutal honesty. Working in a childlike manner, the naivety of her technique and sugary colour palette is however juxtaposed with a complex and recurrently dark subject matter.

Stella Vine on Her Influences and Inner Child

Wonder, 2005 British artist Stella Vine has been both celebrated and vilified by art critics and the media for her often controversial artworks. A figurative painter, Vine draws from the media, people and life experiences with a brutal honesty. Working in a childlike manner, the naivety of her technique and sugary colour palette is however juxtaposed with a complex and recurrently dark subject matter.

"all true artists whether they know it or not created from a place of no-mind from inner stillness"...this quote from Eckhart Tolle is referring to developing the ability to shut down the noise, the thoughts, that inundate our brains. I think his process involves a lot of meditation and developing an awareness of when our mind is controlling us, instead of the other way around. I can speak from experience that photography and music take me to where nothing else matters, even if temporarily.

"all true artists whether they know it or not created from a place of no-mind from inner stillness"...this quote from Eckhart Tolle is referring to developing the ability to shut down the noise, the thoughts, that inundate our brains. I think his process involves a lot of meditation and developing an awareness of when our mind is controlling us, instead of the other way around. I can speak from experience that photography and music take me to where nothing else matters, even if temporarily.

On Saturday I travelled down to Melbourne to experience my fourth White Night. As with the previous three I stayed up all night and caught the first train home. It was a really good night with some amazing things going on.  I wandered further north than I had in previous years as there was a lot of things happening in Royal Exhibition gardens including an amazing video projection that ran the whole length of the Exhibition building and the "Pyrophone" a large structure with organ-like pipes…

On Saturday I travelled down to Melbourne to experience my fourth White Night. As with the previous three I stayed up all night and caught the first train home. It was a really good night with some amazing things going on. I wandered further north than I had in previous years as there was a lot of things happening in Royal Exhibition gardens including an amazing video projection that ran the whole length of the Exhibition building and the "Pyrophone" a large structure with organ-like pipes…

Inner World | STRATIS VOGIATZIS photographer

Inner World | STRATIS VOGIATZIS photographer

Mastihohoria: Interior Photographs by Stratis Vogiatzis

Mastihohoria: Interior Photographs by Stratis Vogiatzis

The Inner World concerns inner spaces to the island of Chios that Stratis photographed for almost three years.The project ended up in a book with the title "Inner World, Mastic Villages.

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