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Issue 5 May 2015

"Form From Within" David Erdman

To meet sculptor David Erdman and to then see his works of art, you might at first see them as a mismatched pair. I think even this large teddy bear of a man would never describe himself as being polished, of flowing form, or even thought provoking, and yet, that is exactly how one might describe his sculpture. But once you get to know Erdman, this artist's inner self easily appears all over his work.

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"Lighting The Creative Spark" Dr. Celia Im

True artistry is about growth and reinvention. Artists might easily find their creative selves and the birth of their creative expression, but it is not just this creative birth that defines them. It is the continual growth and reinvention that allows an artist to truly live an artful life.

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la Musa Art And Design Studio

AnnMaria Baldine is everything you would think of when you think of the word - designer. There's a completeness of artistry about her. One which goes well beyond the normal range of in- terior design. Not just placing things that fit, but often personally designing those essential pieces which make a space.

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"The People's Choice"

Live An Artful Life Gallery recently had its Miniature Masterworks Show of small paintings sized at 108 square inches or less and in any format. Along with 1st through 3rd place awards, solely judged by Linda Neel, an award was honored to The People's Choice.

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Life Coach

"The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it" – Michelangelo

I hear the refrains of "I can't;" and "that will never happen;" and "if only I could..." pour forth from people all too often.

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Artist's Perspective

As primal a fear a human can experience, cre- ativity for many seems to rank among the top. It's seems much like public speaking. Yet I believe the difference is that most of us would actually love to be more creative and few have a desire for public speaking. Interesting enough, I feel they are connected.

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