Independent Non-Executive Director and Strategy Advisor. Painting the world in Japanese ink. Exploring why humans dance through art objects.
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Japanese Ink Painting And Art Writing
One Moment, One Drawing. Twelve ink drawings to chase the seasons.
Have a zen monday
Why humans dance. A world history of dance in objects
Make way for small visitors basking in the spring sun.
In the rush to move forward we can fail to notice just how much we take for granted. A glimpse of green in late winter.
Trace your own path by giving shape to uncommon sightings.
International Ink Painting Exhibition Entry, Tokyo until February 4
Of all the things you pick up along a journey, the most treasured are the ones you do not see.
Look out for the unexpected to lift your mood.
Let your imagination float to an unforeseen place, like a leaf carried by the wind.
When mastery seems unlikely, think of it as a long walk. Pause for breath and take a new step.
I’d rather be present in everything I see and do, every day.
Contemplate how many untold stories an old tree can contain.
I’m reading: Imperial Taste The Beauty of Painting
In the shade of splendorous blooms, it will take more than a crowd to faze you.
The lingering cold slowly gives way to the first blossoms. A zen monday tour of the Zurich Botanical garden.
The scent of a pine tree forest lingers through a bird’s first spring call.
Variations further your learning, though not all are equally appetizing.
"One Moment, One Drawing" second edition is now available to pre-order.