Is Your Art Remarkable?

UntitledJohn Constable was an English Romantic painter. Born in Suffolk, England he is known principally for his landscape paintings of Dedham Vale. There is a famous story that says Henry Fuseli, a painter and a keeper of the Academy was seen one day so enrapt in contemplation in one of Constable’s beautiful works. The piece represented an English landscape in the drizzling rain. Lost in his rapture to all around him he became so drenched in the fantasy of the moment, he suddenly put up his umbrella. Wow, that’s palpable.
Can we say that the art of our work invites the fantastical to our patrons? Is your passion so profound that you shake heaven and earth? That you make each transaction remarkable? If not, you may be practicing the wrong art. Make some changes.


About sherrellcrow

Christian Coach, Thinker, Catalyst and Creative Consort
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