Rachel takes us on a spiritual, existential journey with her photographs and paintings as she explores themes surrounding risk-taking, fate and chance; exposing how our own mentality determines our ultimate fate. Rachel speaks out about the global warming crisis, and the healing, grounding role of nature as it brings us back to ourselves. We also discuss her latest Photography project on portraits of Los Angeles psychics and modern mystics; emblematic of spiritual healing and guiding others.
For Patrick, art is the ritual act of healing. Throughout this pandemic Patrick has turned to art for inner development and as a form of 'medicine' to sustain the health of his mind and body. In his vibrant works, he seeks to awaken the senses and encourage viewers to connect with their wild, natural selves. Patrick shares how solitude is vital for his art practise and how he is a detective on the hunt for aesthetic beauty and resonance.
Brittany Metka lets her intuition and inner wisdom guide her with her colourful abstract paintings. She embraces the process and feels the colours as she paints; viewing any "accidental" marks made, as a moment of collaboration between herself and the painting. Abstract art allows Brittany to connect to herself and feel present. Brittany shares her creative process and art rituals with us, and talks about how she manages feelings of anxiety and moments of waiting and wanting.
Fine Artist Tamar Nachshon shares how her Israelian roots have led her to value land and nature. For Tamar, creating art makes her feel whole; her vibrant mixed media paintings are an expression of the emotions felt whilst she is immersed in nature. She expresses her appreciation for Interior Architecture as a marriage between creativity and functionality; using a variety of tools to create shapes and textured forms on surfaces such as wood, metal and canvas.