I don't know what to say. My teacher softly guides me, ... while I paint, I am beginning to understand what she is trying to convey in words, but creation remains a visceral sensation. A first attempt of non-figurative expression.
As Aunty explained to Lilou Mace in an interview, Hawaiians have very few words because words are powerful creating tools. A creator does not need too many tools to create. Perhaps that's why cleaning is necessary in western contemporary world: to delete all words that we invented but don't create what we love. Hawaiians have … Continue reading Central Romania Spirit of Aloha