Just being me.
inspired by Charmyn Dunlap
inspired by Sangita Sah Das
My open and worry-free attitude + being a painter.
inspired by Julia Haw
I think like most artists I like to push at any parameters from time to time, to explore some new territory and surprise myself.
inspired by Terry Greene
Anxiety & doubt inside looking for form & balance outside
inspired by Patricia Volk
What makes me me….my love of teaching, teaching yoga and meditation to children, to the elderly, to those who suffer, to pregnant goddesses , changing lives through love, instilling love and confidence of ones body however it feels looks and reacts. If I can give a little every day I’ve done my work and I’m happy. Also What makes me me is all the love that I’m surrounded with from my children, my friends and my family feeling their love allows me to pass it on!
inspired by Alison Levi
Gosh what a big question but I suppose it would be all the wonderful people, places, opportunities and experiences I have been lucky enough to have ….especially my family, pets and creativity.
inspired by Ali Shepley
I really don’t know what makes me me, maybe my upbringing, likes and dislikes, my individuality, my thoughts, on art and life! Or maybe my Zodiac sign, think all these things contribute!
inspired by Julia Webster
“What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare.” by William Henry Davis pretty much sums up my life philosophy!
inspired by Candy Harman
I am an artist.
inspired by Joypm Joy
What makes me is my understanding of humanity. I truly believe that God is one, man is one and all religions are one.
inspired by Clement-Cornwall Millington-Seraphin
I am a highly sensitive person who loves nature, especially the coast, trees and animals. I strive for balance and fairness in all I do and need regular time alone to reset my sanity.
inspired by Julie Maxwell
What makes me me is being my true self; a loving, caring and compassionate smile on legs that loves to connect with others on a deep spiritual level that promotes self awareness, understanding and growth…oh and dancing of course!
inspired by Alex Selwyn
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inspired by Name Name
Making art is a kind of meander that, after a while, seems to trace the outlines of a person’s unique nature, as well as pointing toward something universal. I think that as artists, we are involved in a kind of shamanism, gives us a kind of relationship to ourselves and to that which is greater.
inspired by Peter Harrington
I’m a tangle of curiosity, creativity, inconsistency, impatience, playfulness, love and optimism.
inspired by Andrea Hadley-Johnson
Our origins are in Universe…..far from our World…We are pure energy….transformed in biological humans….
inspired by Kelwin Storek
Smoking cigarettes and solitude, to work with the passion in my heart to uncover it and find the joy and fly! I love wood engraving and printing my blocks, I love my printing press and the smell of ink. I love walking with my lurcher and knowing where the wren nests. I love my garden, tending it and watching it grow- I need to feel that magic. When I am bored I watch clouds and think of drawing or painting. Sometimes I do. Sometimes I don’t. I always try to smile at strangers [it might be the only smile they see all day] and I try to be a feather and breathe like a whale.
inspired by Jill Barker
The place where I grew up is the center of Tokyo. However, I had been getting sense of strong familiar to nature when I was child, through spending time in there. I started to have interest in animism after I began to study painting. Japanese Buddhism, Shinto, and Celtic thought for example. I live in a forest at present, and have been enjoying the blessings of nature. I sometimes feel keenly I am a tiny part of nature, in a short term of long history.
inspired by Mitsu Yoshida
I feel like a hand that is holding itself or an eye that is seeing itself. Undefined.
What makes Me Me more than anything else is reflection.
inspired by Reka Ritt Laklia
I think my goodness to share.
inspired by Barbara Roberts
I’m still trying to find that out myself Sally, and I’m pretty sure it’s why I constantly evolve as a process led artist. So to tie it down simply, I’d have to say ‘the journey, not the destination makes me’ So far…
inspired by Denis Whiteside
I don’t feel a ‘centered’ me, but a fluidity, I change over time, as we all do, constantly. It’s a good thing, I believe. In terms of what is constant in me, I guess simply my breath and my slow awakening to a higher power.
inspired by Sharon Leahy-clark
curiosity, diversion, senses, freedom, stubbornness, stillness, observations, involvement, understanding, learning, creating.
inspired by Eleni Zevgaridou
In answer to the question, What makes me, me? I would say: negotiating unbearable sensitivity with a passionate belief that Art heals/processes everything.
inspired by Ruth Geldard
I have a dyslexic daughter who is very artistic that’s what caught my eye about your number 421 – and I like it generally! Lines, shapes, contrast and nature are what I love. I don’t do much art (as in paint/pencil on paper) lately, but I take photos and run jewellery (bead) workshops – so have a creative outlet.
inspired by Laura Kyffin
What makes me me is my Music, Nature and Love of Moon…. I have unique abilities to understand Children, Animals and Trees,. My Heart is open, and my Love unconditional.
inspired by Pam Geldert
Ha ha, well, I guess it’s overall a sensitivity to things and people. When I played cricket, I was best batting off the back foot. I always have to work on getting forward.
inspired by Ben Cockett
So what makes me/me. is a damaged person who was abused sexually at the age of 11, before then I lived in a world of Barbie’s and pink fluffy stuff, from the age of 11 I lived a life that was fractured between the life of a child who saw the world in bright colours, but saw the night as a fractured element of fear and of strange noises and frightening hand written notes, from that moment I was always told that what made me was the fact I was different, and yet I tried to live in a world that I should conform to and yet I didn’t and still don’t. So what makes me/ me is I am an outsider looking in, and yet I act as if I fit into the world, I speak and I react as if I belong in a world and yet I have never been seen as myself. I have an inner peace in this knowledge actually. The hidden part of pain has never been expressed to the real world so I am amazing in the fact that I have this darkness and a fabulous led light for the outside world! So that is me! What makes me, me is a fractured but interesting concoction of dark, that is cracked with the chance of hope, and elements of normality that is a fundamental element of normality. Part of me feel that most of us are concocted of this mixture…..?1? I will never truly fit I am like marmite and yet I can cope with that!
inspired by Anonymous
Just Really Nice
inspired by Kopinian