My mind is in a bit of a whirl this morning. As a self-taught student, I rarely have a straight course of art study laid out ahead of me. Oh, sometimes I think I do, but as often as not experience soon changes the direction I’m going in, sends me off on other pathways, or in one way or another totally disrupts my lesson plans.
And oddly enough, these distractions, disruptions, and detours tend to come along at precisely the right moments. I think it’s still part of that awesome sense that the cosmos is revolving, and let’s take just a moment to consider what that actually means.
Cosmos is a word that comes from ancient Greek. The philosopher Pythagorus used cosmos to describe the universe, seeing within it a purposeful order. The opposite of cosmos, by the way, is chaos.
What’s happening for me at…
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