With back to back events and singing for almost 20+ hours this week it's time to take a good vocal rest.
Had a terrific week and it was so good to see lot of poeple happy because of my singing 💕❤️
Thank you for the lovely support and don't forget to show some love on my YouTube channel.
December will bring two new videos so stay tuned on my YouTube channel ❤️
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A turning point in my life , 5 years ago when I rented an Art Studio in Berlin for 3 months and I felt absolute joy from having the freedom to create , this is when I decided to fully commit to being an artist and though I still facilitate some individual journeys i left my therapeutic practice and stepped into being a Creative . It took courage and commitment to my true purpose , I am immensely grateful to that time and all that came from that ❤️#lifechangingmoments#beinganartist#livingyourpurpose
This weeks Inspired Artist is William Smith, photographer and painter. During my search for my inspired artist series, I indulge my eyes with so many images, looking for something interesting that I havn't seen before; something inspired. When I saw this image featured on instagram, I thought, I wish I had thought of doing this... if I were equipt with his photography skills that is. I wonder what it would look like painted...I contacted him I was excited to find out that he is also a painter, as well as photographer.
Q. "What are you driven by creatively? Your photography feels inventive and moody. What story are u secretly trying to tell!? Your paintings equally feel as if they're from a different era of nostalgia. But in a different way to your photography." A. "I use the landscape as a metaphor. It’s more about mood than a place. It’s about reflection and the cycle of life. How we are all connected by the beauty of the landscape. My paintings are about recall and memory. They are not a specific landscape. I’m influenced by the backgrounds of old paintings. The mood." Q. "Would you say you seek to find a universal place for us to find ourselves within a mood you're creating?" A. "I would say that". Perhaps I was attracted to Bills work because his work has a strong 'mood'. Mood cohesivly ties the colors, composition, and subject matter together, giving the viewer a lasting impression greater than the sum of all the parts. I think mood is also the feeling you get when you meet an image for the first time. Memory, mood, and feelings from art/music are basically our experiences of our own past, present and future.
long story short, here’s to starting over! 🥂✨starting back at 0 & i’m excited to build my page from nothing but support for what i can do behind the camera. there just needed to be a separation between who i am as an artist & who i am as a photographer, and i already feel so much more at peace! however long this journey takes is alright with me, as long as i’m doing it the best way i know how. i’ll be re-posting all of my BEST sessions starting from the beginning up to my most recent, so stay tuned. my website & booking information will be posted, soon. until then, feel free to DM me here or at my personal account, @itsmayalena 🕊
Amazing @theworldofjamesbrowne 🌠✨
@Regran_ed from @theworldofjamesbrowne - I thought this was a revealing piece of writing on how artists struggle and deal with depression, something that I struggle with from time to time. ~JB
Because creative people tend to be highly conscious, reflective and aware, it seems they’re inclined to spend far more time thinking over their failures, fears, insecurities and disappointments than most people. As idealists with expansive imaginations, they can easily imagine lives lived differently, with far higher levels of achievement and satisfaction.
Also, if artists have a strong social consciousness, as many creative people do, they may spend a lot of time imagining possible solutions to social, political and economic problems in the world. Unfortunately, their dreamed-of solutions may not always be practical or feasible.
In short, creative people can become chronically frustrated because their idealism and reflective natures make it impossible for them to accept their own failures or those of society. Others without such a creative inclination may be saddened in the moment. But they’ll be far less likely to tie themselves up in knots imagining and re-imagining alternative histories that could have happened but didn’t, or should happen but never will.
Depression can be a debilitating condition, but often it is a warning sign and a cry for help. In other words, it calls for action, and those with great artistic ability naturally turn to their art to express what they’re feeling. Their depression may not be the cause of their art, but it can be a motivation for it, or a coping mechanism for it. That helps explain why so many creative people burdened with depression have managed to maintain such an impressive output of creative works.
~an article from The Ranch #depression#creativity#beinganartist