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Alive with Art
By Elham Nosrati | August 14, 2018
Art is one of the most powerful gifts to help us in today’s machinery life to make the balance between different aspects of our lives.

Alive with Art

Art is one of the most powerful gifts to help us in today’s machinery life to make the balance between different aspects of our lives. The huge spectrum of art from architecture, sculpture, painting, music, writing, poetry, dance and performing, might rarely leave one without an area of interest. Art opens our minds’ horizons, it gives us wings and takes our imaginations beyond the borders. Art is about infinity. It is about being beyond the time and place we are living in.

Art has saved and is continuously saving those who have immigrated to the world of art. The creativity within art springs from the purest scenes in our soul which cannot be expressed in any other way- or maybe cannot be expressed in any other productive and healthy way.

Why expressing ourselves with art is important?

Art is a soulful gift to express what we carry within instead of covering or hiding it. Art helps us flourish every single sense, thought or insight  which does not belong to a certain time, date, hour or place. So, artist is a free soul capable of going beyond our limited eye sight or the certain moment we are breathing in.

 

Where to start?

What is the art that takes you out of your shell, gives you wings, new breath and heals you in those difficult days or makes you enjoy the beautiful days more? That is the starting point.

It is all about creativity, no matter no one has ever done it or no one would understand it, do it, as Neil Gaiman said: “Make good art.”