What would you like to do if money were no object?
Today I came across this beautiful and inspirational video narrated by English philosopher Alan Watts.. and cant help myself not to post it here as it is very uplifting and makes you think about our life, our desires, our goals…
I want to share with you.. Specially if you are an artist – take time and watch.
Life of an artist is unpredictable, sometimes I have money, sometimes I don’t. But this never forced me to do something else as I believe in myself, and I knew from childhood that I want to paint and being an artist is my way of life.
So, all artists out there, if you are struggling with some temporary problems or are in any kind of doubts about your future, – take your time and enjoy the video.
We all need a piece of inspiration from time to time.
Agasozi Art Center is always busy and creative. This time we were playing with water colors and local children had oppurtunity to discover their creativity through water colors. How did they do it? I would say – very well!!
If you are planning a gorilla track in Musanze and have some time afterwards, you are most welcome to stop by in our centre!
Workshop activity is regular updated also on Flickr – welcome to check out more photos on Agasozi Art Center photo set.
I am happy to announce that i finally managed to publish gallery of Rwanda paintingswhere you can browse through my past and recent work. However not by far the gallery isnt complete yet but at least you can get an idea of my artistic work.
All paintings are acrylic on canvas and all paintings are for sale.
Some of them are sold, so if you are interested in purchase please fill incontact sheet and feel free to make an inquiry for any painting,
here is short photo update to my opening. We had a lovely night in Heaven restaurant in Kigali. I am happy and thankful to all folks that visited and took time to come. I hope you enjoyed the paintings and traditional dance performance.
It is pleasure to peak in to neighbourhood of bloggers around the world. Here is our neighbourhood, of Agasozi Art Center. We are active in Musanze, Nyakinama village, Rwanda.
Lush green landscape, volcanoes are visible in the distance, rural life is here very traditional – you will see people walking on the road carriying crops or water on they heads, children are playing around, very nice! In a little further distance we have Volcanoes National park which is the reason for visit by numerous tourist from all around the word as they come to see famous gorillas!
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