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Creativity for the Multi-Tasker


Creativity, multi-tasking, Tim Harford, TED Talks, Walter Isaacson, Leonardo Da Vinci, as above so below, Bubonic plague, poetry, baking bread, Archimedes, The Trilogy of Remembrance

  Ever heard of  slow-motion multi-tasking resulting in creativity? I was intrigued with that idea as presented in a TED talk by Tim Harford. Harford’s essential idea? Highly creative people move among their creative projects to let one influence the other. Because, if you blur the boundaries between your projects, you’ll make it easier to relate one […]

THE PATRON AND THE MUSE


muse, patron, art, Tchaikovsky, music, William Blake, poetry, painting. The Trilogy of Remembrance, Joseph Campbell Foundation, visionary artist, visions.

#muse #patron #art, #Tchaikovsky #music, #William Blake, #poetry, #painting. Where is my patron? Where goes my muse? How many times has an artist cried out, “If only I had a patron, I would not have to starve, but could dedicate my life to my art with some degree of comfort.”  So goes the litany of […]

POETS, PAINTERS and COSMIC EGGS


#Poetry #Landscape #painting#spirituality #literarysuspense An Alexander Wainwright Cyberspace adventure Poets: I woke inside a dream. Thick fog had settled over everything blurring bright colours behind it. Such hazy beauty usually signaled the arrival of a CyberSpace adventure. The fog reluctantly drifted off to reveal a stunning sunset created by a masterful artist. Before me lay […]

SALVADOR DALI and the DIVING SUIT


  It is beyond me to explain. I can only describe. I might be standing before my easel or, as now, walking from the High Street Station in Kensington to a restaurant to meet Daphne. Suddenly, I am somewhere else. My senses might tell me I am floating as in a dream or it could […]

The Poet and the Marvellous White Sheep.


literature, why do writers write what they write, what influences writers, Pablo Neruda, Nobel Prize for literature, art, novels, magic realism.

By now I hope you’ve come across The Trilogy of Remembrance page on Facebook.  It’s dedicated to literature, art and the examined life [in honour of Socrates who despised the unexamined life.] AND also to The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde and Night Crossing which comprise The Trilogy of Remembrance.  On that Facebook page, we have […]