Ceilings

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This week we launched our second issue of Everyone Quarterly, on the theme of Architecture. This post coincides nicely with that.

Fascinating ceilings from the New York State Capitol, Grace Church in NYC, Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate Britain, Westfield Mall in London, they all have something in common—a magnifying, beautifying, glorifying effect. The artist must be half Human, half Deity.

How about when the sky is the ceiling? Blue, starry, dark, stormy, sunrise orange, sunset pink? Who’s the artist? The birds, the architect, the photographer, the trees, God? One fifth each?

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Welcome to The Art of Everyone

In writing my book Everything Else, I realised everybody has their own “everything else”—the thoughts and stories, the experiences, the skills, the imagination, the dreams.

Left unexplored or unshared, they can leave a void, depriving our spirit of something beautiful and nourishing. Having learned that, I created the space here to manifest my own "everything else," and to help others share theirs.

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