Showing posts from September, 2015

Work of Art Links

The oldest art examples found on the walls of the caves, were interpreted and used in connecting people - culture, heaven - earth, life- death, time- space, GOD - man. These connections come with rituals and magical ceremonies many thousands of years ago, and had been improved as part of fine art. These paintings, lines, forms, and signs express and communicate life.

Art was developed on a grand scale by the Ancient Egyptians. The Sphinx, the Pharaohs, their structures, some of which still survive today. In about 600 BC the Greeks produced realistic statues of human form, Romans followed the Greek tradition, and during the Romanesque and Gothic periods sculpture used wood as a basic material. One of the greatest changes in art was brought about by French artist Rodin who used sculpture as form of portraiture and to capture movement. The tendency of modern sculpture is towards the abstract. Majority of public art is sculpture. Many sculptures are laid in the garden and parks that usua…

How To Write Creative Literature

Good literature stands the test of time. Writers, unaware of being called creative writers cannot just stop writing at this. Let me share about writing, not as a creative writer, but as one writer like the rest of us and one writer who earns the right to represent her own experiences in her work (Paul Horgan). Creative writing is a gift you never have to ask for, it is something embedded in your life. As you would not like the events or that gift of grieving, it happens as you write, as you live and as you work. It is there. You share a memory of that season, of that place in your heart because it haunts your brain. And when you don't do that and write about that, you feel empty or incomplete as though, it is only writing that mattered in your life and in that vocation is a responsibility, "noblesse oblige" (to act with honor). How could you produce creative literature? Write from the heart. Write with all your soul and with all your might! Of course, you have to find o…

On September 4, 2015

I've been missing my writing....

My muse prods me many times at different moments trying to get hold of my hands and thoughts.  I know it is essential for me, but at this time thoughts have to compartmentalize.  The attempts are  mix of emotions; happy, sad, longing, sometimes still horrible because of isolation, but then, I have to secure myself of a new laptop.  I know God will give me one.

May God bless those I love and those I promise my love.  And even my enemies.  Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, we trust and love You.  Come Holy Spirit!

/rosevocations 2015