MoiHaHa Artspace

Prints are available at my DeviantART  &  Fine Art America galleries, as well as a larger selection of work.
"To carry the burden, to bring the dawn"

TECUCIZTECATL;
Aztec Fire God

 

Hanging Gardens

Hanging Gardens

 

no. 4 in the "Elemental Series"

no. 4 in the “Elemental Series”

"How I learned to love the New World Order" or "How to build a better Builderburger" or "What can you do in a world run by meatheads and clowns?"

“How I learned to love the New World Order”
or
“How to build a better Builderburger”
or
“What can you do in a world run by meatheads and clowns?”

Liquidation Gradient

Liquidation Gradient

Elemental #6 - Tone Cluster

Elemental #6 – Tone Cluster

 

 

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One Response to “MoiHaHa Artspace”

  1. Do you feel different from those around you or that you are on a different path than most?
    Have you been told you “think too much” or are “too much of a perfectionist”?
    Do/did your schoolteachers berate you for daydreaming or staring out the window?
    Were you told you were too ”giddy” or “disruptive” at school?
    Do you experience a level of imaginative activity that few around you seem to understand?
    Do you believe you have “too many” interests?
    Have you been told you are “overly emotional”?
    Do you go from project to project?
    Do you carry a lot of unfinished projects in your mind?
    Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the numerous ideas and projects you generate?
    Are you more affected than others seem to be by environmental stimuli, e.g the weather, bright lights, loud music, other people’s moods?
    Have you been told you are “too sensitive”?
    Do you feel dissatisfied and unfulfilled in many of your relationships?
    Do people frequently ask you for advice — while you feel there is no one who understands you?
    Do you believe you are not achieving what you could be in your work, despite a high degree of competence, ability and experience (and perhaps achievement too)?

    If you answered “Yes” to more than 3 of these questions, you are indeed highly creative.

    This is a wonderful ability — but it is not always experienced that way. It can cause problems when you, or your nearest and dearest, do not understand what it means, in practical terms.
    Creative ability needs to be recognised, nurtured, protected and given a meaningful outlet for it to be experienced as the great gift that it is.
    When misunderstood, it can be a highly disruptive and chaotic — and experienced in very negative ways.
    Use the questions above to examine more deeply how you have experienced this ability in your life, particularly when you have experienced it as a liability. What was going on in those times? Did you blame yourself?
    If you look back through the lens of seeing yourself as a highly creative person, with an unrecognised gift, how does that change your perception of the event?

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