I found that this TED talk from Tyler Cowen is very connected to my current interest in dismantling cognitive distortions, which I now see may be largely the result of over-simplified storytelling. He’s right on-target. (Argh, that’s terribly left-brained, isn’t it?)
This is the portfolio showcase of NYC Visual Artist Adesina.
"Adesina" means "She Opens the Way for More," and Adesina's aim is to open your heart to inquire, to feel, and to do more: in the world, in our communities, & for our spiritual selves.
Adesina’s ability to capture life on canvas is remarkable! Her artwork is so skillfully and beautifully crafted with great attention to detail, that y… Read moreZack Rodriguez
“Everybody loves the mural you did for us last year!” See finished piece: Mural Dreaming LotusVikram & Trupti, Harlem
“Thanks @ArtByAdesina for the beautiful artwork! Love each detail-especially the orchids. Definitely a family treasure!”@MollyPsalm46
“Adesina designed and produced a custom piece of art for our home. She was everything we were hoping for and more: Friendly, talented, patient, thorou… Read moreTim Cary
“Adesina .. Thanks for the great job you did on the berry basket. Hope we can work again soon.”Mike Sterling
“Hey Adesina, Just wanted to let you know that Heather loved the gift… it brought her to tears… thanks again for everything…” See finished piece… Read moreJohny Jacques (Her Day Mama)
RT @MariaSavArtist As #hurricandorian is moving towards Florida, it reminded me of my Transformation series of oil pastel collages. Nature is my biggest inspiration, this one resembles an eye of a #hurricane #art #artistsontwitter #contemporaryart #artforsale #womenartists #collector #collageart pic.twitter.com/gLqOHfmaDV