• The Awakening Artist

The Awakening Artist

The Awakening Artist

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  • Author
    Patrick Howe
  • Publisher
    O Books
  • Publication date
    30 August 2013

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    The Awakening Artist

  • Author

    Patrick Howe

  • Date Published

    30 August 2013

  • Publisher

    O Books

  • Pages

    268 pages

  • ISBN

    9781780996462

Book Description

The Awakening Artist: Madness and Spiritual Awakening in Art is an art theory book that explores the collision of human madness and spiritual awakening in art. It examines a condition of insanity that can be seen in most art movements throughout art history and contrasts that insanity with revelations of beauty, wonder and truth that can also be found in many works of art. The Awakening Artist references concepts of creativity put forward by Joseph Campbell, Carl Sagan, Albert Einstein, Carl Jung and others. Furthermore, The Awakening Artist discusses many of the world s most important artists who explored the theme of awakening in art including Michaelangelo, Paul Cezanne, Claude Monet, Marcel Duchamp, Morris Graves and many others. Additionally, using concepts of Eastern philosophy, the book presents the case that human creativity originates from the same creative source that animates all of life, and that the artist naturally aligns with that creative source when he or she is in the act of creating.

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