Inside every rock there is a statue; you just need to chip the rock off. Just like every log is a totem pole; you just need to widdle the wood off.
Thus internal design is eternal. All things hold art inside; they just wait for an artist to turn them outside.
And oft nothing need be removed but the shades, such that a mind can see the art that was there, is there, and will be there. Regardless of the artist’s form – be it human, creature, or natural forces – art is inherent, eternal, and internal.
I like this because it is simple yet profound when you ponder it. And it can be applied to all of us.
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Anonymous, I totally agree! great post, Broad Spectrum 🙂
As a wood carver among other things I can assert that the proposition is true. It is also true as we craft and design ourselves.
Great point. We are all great people, we just have to think the mental clutter off.