I had an amazing day skinny dipping in the ocean at a local beach and felt the freedom to experience myself playfully in the surging waves.
I realised some qualities I love about myself and how I have embraced living... and also reflected on fear and how that has limited me. Come on everyone... life is far too short to be fearful. Come with me diving deep into life!
In this series of fascinating articles, I will be investigating Shamanism, Animism and what the connection with the earth and celestial bodies has to do with healing, ritual and society; culturally over the millennia and into the present day; and my own personal experience of this through my travels and my own experience as a Shaman.
As a visual artist and philosopher ... my 'bodies of work' are conceptually based; meaning they have a voice. I have a voice through my work. I have a voice which is expressed through not only each single image and artwork; but amplified through the collection as a whole.
Over the past few weeks I have shared some images which are of a 'narrative' nature. Some go a little further and express an emotion I was feeling .... or were catalysts for my introspection. For me - a body of work is different.
A body of work is a collection of images which has a voice...which expresses a vision; a philosophy; poses questions; reflects a unified thought or concept.... and is where the collection of images and artworks is far greater than the sum of the individual items......MORE....