Whatever else you plan in Paris this summer, put Imagine Van Gogh on your list:
“The brain child of Annabelle Mauger and Julien Baron, technology in the service of art, plunging the spectator into the heart of each work to feel the artist’s creative emotions… Admire Starry Night, Irises, and Sunflowers…Vincent’s Room,” along with actual photographs of Auvers sur Oise, its wheat fields, people and places Van Gogh knew. Sound track by Saint-Saëns, Mozart, Bach, Delibes ou Satie.
Information in English:
The show’s designers previously staged an immersive art experience in magical Les Baux Provence, La Cathédrale des Images. If you’re in that area make sure to see “Carrières Lumières” http://carrieres-lumieres.com
xxxxx love, Aliss
Looking up, projecting inner visions on the sky, our infinite screen, opens imagination. What do we want to take with us into the New Year? What do we want to leave behind? What bridges do we want to cross? What do we love so much that we can’t not do it? When we put our hearts fully into a dream, it changes us and our “reality.” Most people hate the word commitment, but here’s another way to look at it:
“As long as we are not committed, doubt reigns, the ability to withdraw remains and inefficiency always prevails. Concerning all acts of initiative and creativity, there is an elementary truth,the ignorance of which has countless consequences and aborts splendid projects. At the moment we fully commit, Providence also goes into motion. To help us, all sorts of things take shape, which wouldn’t have happened otherwise. An entire chain of events, of situations and decisions create in our favor all manner of unplanned incidents, meetings, and material support that we would never have dreamed of encountering on our path…Everything you can do or dream of doing, you can venture. Audacity contains genius, power, and magic.” W.H. Murray, The Power of Commitment
Let’s throw our big dreams for ourselves and the world into the sky: health, happiness, creativity, abundance. No dream too big to come true.
Happy New Year! xxxx Aliss
I’m inspired by these two creatures living on the canal around the corner from my building. Year in year out I see them swimming together, cob and pen, raising their cygnets, feeding, flying over the water.
If there’s one thing I wish everyone for the New Year, it’s love.
Joyeuses Fêtes=Merry Christmas and Happy New Year=Happy Holidays
The waters of life continue to flow in tears of sorrow and tears of joy. My friend Marilyn lost her young daughter this week and yet in darkness she was a source of light, giving thanks for the years they had together and allowing her child’s life to give life to others. Thank you to everyone in distant countries holding her in their thoughts. I believe the love we send out is never lost and maybe even saves the world. As we start another trip around our sun, our moon reflecting its light, I’m grateful for my family, friends, and home. Wishing you all radiance….
“Yesterday a child came out to wonder
Caught a dragonfly inside a jar
Fearful when the sky was full of thunder
And tearful at the falling of a star”
(Joni Mitchell, “The Circle Game”)
Dedicated to Dina Brown
August 8, 1997-December 20, 2015