Creating with Reverence: Art, Diversity, Culture and Soul inspires us to form a dynamic creative foundation and expand our cultural perspectives, through reflections on artists who are committed to life-giving values including; Maria Martinez, a Pueblo potter, the woodworkers of Kyoto, Japan, painters from Australia who honor their Aboriginal ancestry, the weavers of Chiapas, Mexico, DIY and leading contemporary artists. Readers are invited to refine insights on the relation of creativity to a continuity of generations, concepts of time, the significance of beauty, craftsmanship, our daily lives and spiritual well-being. Color illustrations by eminent photographers are interspersed throughout the text.
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About the Author
Claire Campbell Park is an internationally recognized artist, lecturer and teacher. Her artwork has been included in Made in California 1900-2000 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the International Textile Competition in Kyoto, Japan. Lecture venues include the Louvre, Paris; Seian College of Art, Kyoto; Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar, India; the Center for Middle East Studies,Tucson; the South Australian School of Art, Adelaide. She has developed her creative philosophy through research and teaching extremely diverse audiences, on five continents.