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Journey of the Red Umbrella

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Muse-Creations for Our Forgive it Forward Giveaway – Because forgiveness and creativity go hand-in-hand for us, Ray and I thought it would be fun to spice up our 35-day Forgive It Forward project launch with a focus on the arts, Monaslim (Acomplia) recreational. Buy Monaslim (Acomplia) online no prescription, So, we sent a call out to the muses among us for a little assist and some inspiration.

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In 1965, after completing my Christmas shopping, purchase Monaslim (Acomplia) for sale, Monaslim (Acomplia) over the counter, I came upon an art store and found myself just standing and gazing in the window. I followed the impulse inside and walked out with $50.00 worth of basic art supplies, Monaslim (Acomplia) For Sale. That New Years Eve I sat alone and drew my first pictures, cheap Monaslim (Acomplia). Taking Monaslim (Acomplia), I will never forget the experience of following my creative instinct. That new way of seeing the world around me led down many creative paths but did not honor my true nature as a fine artist, Monaslim (Acomplia) results. Where can i order Monaslim (Acomplia) without prescription, I was always at the party but never took the floor. Monaslim (Acomplia) For Sale, Now, to dance with the lady I came in with is one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.

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My personal creative experience weaves through 38 (plus) years of overlapping involvement with commercial art, Monaslim (Acomplia) forum, Monaslim (Acomplia) no rx, fine art, advertising and acting in Detroit, purchase Monaslim (Acomplia) online no prescription, Monaslim (Acomplia) images, New York, Atlanta and Los Angeles, purchase Monaslim (Acomplia). Ordering Monaslim (Acomplia) online, My professional experience initiated in 1968 as vice president of an art studio that serviced advertising agencies in Detroit. The ‘actor’ emerged in 1969 and after three years of balancing studio responsibilities with acting I moved to New York and never looked back – except to return to Detroit to find Bernadette in 1975! (Insert Bernadette's 'WOOHOO!' here.) As a member of the Screen Actors Guild, my experience is predominately in film and TV.

How does Ray feel art enriches his life and helps to heal our world?

It is time to look beyond the stereotypes to glimpse what creativity makes possible for all of us. – Gene D, Monaslim (Acomplia) For Sale. Cohen from The Creative Age: Awakening Human Potential in the Second Half of Life

Ray coaching Susan on her piece

RS: My work today, in my studio or out, is to inspire and support the creative instinct in all people and to encourage them to see the beauty in the things that are so easy to overlook.

Integrating my love for acting and art with life experience, I help others use these crafts to identify, develop and enjoy their own unique strengths and abilities, no matter what their path. I conduct classes on drawing, acting and the creative process through a local senior services program encouraging activities that allow seniors to express their vitality and the treasure they are as keepers of our culture. I also advocate the importance of creativity, not just as part of a program for seniors, but also as an essential aspect of a healthy community.

What does forgive it forward mean to Ray?

He says, “forgiveness is a state of being – not a state of doing.” So, with that idea in mind, you can see it doesn’t matter so much whether he forgives it forward or backward or upward or downward or inside-outward. In BEING, he’s got it covered coming and going.

If you would like to see more of Ray’s work visit or visit Art in the Making. A Confession. on this blog.

Angel Wing EarringsIf you missed our previous Muse, Anandi Devi: Click here to see her work.

FIF: Earth boyDid you miss the Forgive it Forward video? Click here for the 3-minute video that started it all!


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  • June 30, 2010 at 9:23 am

    Okay, WOW… couldn’t NOT post on this one!!! Love this!! Thanks Ray for sharing who you are… this is a great read.

    • July 3, 2010 at 8:26 pm

      Juliette … Thank YOU for all of your help and support in giving us the vehicle to move from here to there!

  • July 1, 2010 at 8:39 am

    nice to see the energy mingling. And they fit so well =-) Have a blessed day!

  • July 1, 2010 at 8:46 am

    Saying the artwork & creativity is wonderful is an understatement…however, I found myself focusing on the info about Ray…Up till now, in the months I’ve “known” you, B has done the talking; so, I really enjoyed having Ray share some of his story & thoughts…. It takes a REAL man to be a part of this project – opening your heart and letting so many in. Way to “represent”!! <3

    • July 1, 2010 at 5:19 pm

      Yeah, he’s not a computer guy, Michele! I keep telling him to give me more (of his words to post … hehehe … ). Trust me, he’s not shy. 🙂 And if you ever came to visit and wound up in his studio … time does not exist! As a matter of fact, at a get together HE’S the gregarious one and I’m the quiet one. Imagine that? Guess that’s how we balance each other out! Maybe these comments will inspire him, eh?

      • July 3, 2010 at 8:30 pm

        Michele … Thank you for acknowledging my presence in this – and life – although, at times, it’s difficult to remember that I’m not just a “pigment” of my imagination!

  • July 1, 2010 at 9:20 am

    LOVE this, Ray! Also love the beauty in old architecture, not the ritzy kind, but the kind with real ghosts. And your statement about forgiveness being a “state of being, not doing” is one I’m going to run with. What a nice way to sart my day. And gimme that gyclee. (Only kidding. I’ll play fair.)

    • July 3, 2010 at 9:15 pm

      Thank you, Mickey. And yes, we must always remember to appreciate and keep an eye out for those real ghosts.

  • July 1, 2010 at 9:47 am

    Thank you Ray…for you, for your wise words, for your heart, for your art. That child is every little girl and boy who has ever had a yellow mac, a yellow hat, those farmer’s boots, and a red umbrella. Count me among them. What a memory; what tears of joy. Forgiveness is, indeed, a “state of being – not a state of doing”. Wow!

    • July 3, 2010 at 9:16 pm

      Thank you for having the eyes to see, Sharron!

  • July 1, 2010 at 10:33 am

    Fantastic Ray!! 😀 I’m thrilled you joined the rest of us! 😀 I also love hearing about your paintings through your own words : “…and to encourage them to see the beauty in the things that are so easy to overlook.” &
    “The raincoat and red umbrella are rich in spiritual metaphors and I love the anonymous innocence and questions this character brings to this piece.”

    And this…”I conduct classes on drawing, acting and the creative process through a local senior services program encouraging activities that allow seniors to express their vitality and the treasure they are as keepers of our culture. I also advocate the importance of creativity, not just as part of a program for seniors, but also as an essential aspect of a healthy community.”…….simply AWESOME!! 😀

    • July 3, 2010 at 9:20 pm

      Thank you so much! Yeah, if it were not for the innocence of a child, guilt – and all its friends – would have the playground all to itself.

      Also, thank you for sharing YOUR creative spirit with me. As you can see, the sunset I’m painting in this studio blog photo is from you!

  • July 1, 2010 at 11:45 am

    Love this! Great beauty in simplicity and innocence!

    • July 3, 2010 at 9:20 pm

      Thank you. Thank you …

  • July 1, 2010 at 4:24 pm

    Thank you Ray, I love this.. I to am coming to see Forgiveness is *a state of being!*not doing. Wise words indeed!

    • July 3, 2010 at 9:21 pm

      Thank you, Kerry. And, yes, forgiveness is very much like “coming to.”

  • July 1, 2010 at 6:43 pm

    “Forgiveness as a state of being” is well put Ray ….we all need to learn to Forgive…Heal…and move onwards. Awakening and Spirituality is ready to touch all of our lives…if we can only learn to Forgive….and
    Live Life to its Fullest! Which your artwork appears to portray.
    Your painting ” The Journey of the Red Umbrella” seems to have quite a story to tell and has traveled quite a distance. Thanks for sharing this story and beautiful artwork with us . Savannah Ga …. brings back so many memories & much nostaligia from last Xmas when I was able to visit there for the very first time with Loved ones. Very historical….and a lot of character and Charm to this area. Thanks for opening the door to ….many Magical Memories.. from the past .
    Lots of Love & Light…enjoy the rest of your week!

    • July 3, 2010 at 9:24 pm

      Thank you! And, truly, “Awakening and Spirituality is ready to touch all of our lives.” But we can be such moving targets!

  • July 1, 2010 at 9:52 pm

    What an inspiring story and what a knockout print! Thanks for sharing and as a Detroiter, I take a pride in your connection with the area! Right on Brother…

  • July 2, 2010 at 9:36 am

    As always, Ray is profound! This is a beautiful and touching art work! it would look really good in my new clay studio!

  • July 12, 2010 at 1:35 am

    You are truely an inspiration! Keep painting. To me the red umbrella means strength to go the extra mile. The little person continues on the road to growth and new horizons! 🙂

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