Feeling the clay between my fingers
While the wheel spins
is my sanctuary
What is your sanctuary?
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Looks so therapeutic!
Writing stories of truth and serendipity … that is my sanctuary.
I shall try this sometime
this is, indeed, a meditative practice…love it!
Your pottery is super duper love to buy everything.
Thank you for your kind words, Brij! Please feel free to reach out if you see anything particular you like or have questions about!
my sanctuary is altering books, am these months working on a steampunkbook
Love to see pictures
Yes, I love pictures too. Just to think about looking at a picture makes me smile.
Cecile, I would love to see what you do – sounds wonderful.
As for my SANCTUARY, I am a fiber artist and author. When I am working on my encrusted bead workng, one stitch at a time slowly with each tiny bead, gemstone, crystal, or found object, time stands still – I am outside of time as I work the hours away, bliss.
My garden and bird area! I love your garden.
My sanctuary is a library, or any place with a bookcase full of books.
wow — needed and appreciated that Hess quote today. And your visuals always calm and inspire me.
Thank you Jane! So glad to hear it resonates with you!
My sanctuary is poetry and has been since I was 15 years old.
I get lost in the zone when painting and glazing ceramics. Im in my own little world and hours can fly by.
Astrology, crochet/knitting painting my garden ornaments.. 🙂
My sanctuary is reading a book in bed x
I find there are sanctuaries in wonderfully engaging questions, especially cathedral size ones and teeny tiny ones… Atman questions, the smaller than small and larger than large of Nature itself in direct experience. So, architecturally, I build questions as sanctuaries, and then dive in very tactile and immersed to write and paint and design and simply create as I swim in their sacred spaces. Or, I go somewhere sacred and connect with the resonance of architectural space… from someone else’s questions that led them to construct that place.
Stay happy safe and healthy
Writing poetry and enjoying nature is my sanctuary. Make is a great day! 🌻 🌞
Artists have to get their hands in the art… or gardening… or writing.
I’ve always wanted to try that. Anyway, my sanctuary is my room. I get to make music, art and connect with myself to pause and appreciate the good (even the bad) in my life.