pa·tron, noun, a person who gives support to a cause or activity.
“We find our way by getting lost, anything other than that is reading a map.”
Patron of the Arts began as a vessel to collectively inspire and showcase creative culture, lifestyle, and artistic works.
Whether or not “artist” is a term you identify with, at the he[art] of all of us as beings, is a creator. In essence, every action and thought we make, is our creation. The art is to create your preference. See what you prefer. Translate the symbols and cord-striking insight into something original, regardless of external opinion. These original expressions are our contribution to the world. The fact that people will either love it or hate it, is actually, what makes it “art.”
Patron of the Arts supports the transformation of artistic expression through:
Encouraging active community participation and offering inspiration by giving access to some of the best art books, documentaries, as well as featuring past and current artists, both amateur and professional.
Join the community via Facebook, here.
Shedding a spotlight on some of the most influential Master Artists, in order to learn, gain perspective, and grow from.
Offering “Art School” and Project Ideas, because we’ve tried it all. Patron of the Arts gives proper insight to the best supplies and simple “how-to” project options so you can begin your creative journey with the best toolkit.
These are your hands, this is your clay. Mold it how you want to see it. It is our intention to build a bridge with the stuff that inspires you, to practice your way from breakthrough to breakthrough, thus transforming your world.
We’re here to hold a space to play around with your artistic capabilities, (sometimes that means imitating what others have done first) so that you can discover what not to do.
It is our hope that in trying, failing, and discovering what not to do, you may find your exceptional, exquisite, and original voice.
Welcome to Patronage.
“If the learning is over, so is the magic and the life.” -from Medicine Cards, by Jamie Sams & David Carson
Here is an interview from Patron of the Arts founder, Lyrica Glory
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A special thanks to Peter Beamish and Lee Donaldson of Amplified Life for the interview. You can follow them on Facebook here: