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The Yoga of Drawing: Uniting Body, Mind and Spirit in the Art of Drawing (Path of Painting/Jeanne Carbonetti)

The Yoga of Drawing Uniting Body Mind and Spirit in the Art of Drawing Path of Painting Jeanne Carbonetti By the author of The Tao of Watercolor and The Zen of Creative Painting this third book in her Path of Painting series offers artists of all levels a fresh approach to the art of drawing based on com

By the author of The Tao of Watercolor and The Zen of Creative Painting, this third book in her Path of Painting series offers artists of all levels a fresh approach to the art of drawing based on compelling Yoga principles Body Receiving, Feeling, Sensing, Touching Mind Simplifying, Choosing Spirit Expressing, Exploring, Loving

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  1. Jeanne Carbonetti says:
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Comment 926 on “The Yoga of Drawing: Uniting Body, Mind and Spirit in the Art of Drawing (Path of Painting/Jeanne Carbonetti)

  1. Eliel Lopez says:
    A unique foundational approach to drawing with a twist, utilizing the concept of meditative form Actually I thought it was in line with the safe harbor method of meditation than Yoga Being a balanced individual is essential in all aspects of life Getting there is a matter of daily practice How that is acheived depends on the individual That said, this was somewhat of an interesting read especially if you have some background in martial arts training or meditation excersizes If not, you might no [...]

  2. Sue says:
    Not the book necessarily helpful for the absolute novice to drawing or painiting don t expect colour mixing tips or how to hold a pencil but do expect to be inspired to take up a pencil or paint.It is a book that asks you to look beyond formulas and preconceptions to make the picture your picture So while you may indeed draw something that you see in the world the end result goes beyond realism of the object to something that comes from deep inside you, your own picture.I enjoyed the book, it wa [...]


  3. Marissa Ong says:
    Very easy to read, and apply so easy to impress yourself with your version of Modern Art Expression is the basis of Art it s how it becomes cathartic and therapeutic It s also fun

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