15 minutes a week in my studio to develop your artistic worldview! Let's go deeper than quotable platitudes and explore the many facets of thinking like an artist in a complex world. Hosted by award-winning Author-Illustrator Vesper Stamper. Follow me on Instagram @vesperillustration.
One of the foundational principles of Vesperisms is that an artistic worldview is human-centered, and that this takes place both inwardly, in our relationship to our own bodies, and outwardly, in our relationship to others. Today, I want to explore the first part of that idea further, namely, understanding our relationship to our own bodies. This is Vesperisms Episode 3: Embodiment.
This week's Recommended Read isn't a book, but a practice. Follow my guest Troy Bronsink's guided meditation to help center your physical body in its surrounding space. He's an author and the director of The Hive, A Center for Contemplation, Art and Action (http://www.cincyhive.org/) in Cincinnati, OH.
Vesperisms: The Art of Thinking for Yourself, with host, author-illustrator Vesper Stamper, is your weekly 20 minute recalibration of your artistic worldview. It's a podcast to help you make sense of your place in this crazy world by reclaiming an artistic worldview. Everything around us is trying to push us into boxes, but that's not how artists' minds work. Let's get off that detour and back on the main road to thinking for ourselves: as artists.
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