Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

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Romanian Artist Doina Iovanel Spineanu Talks about Depicting the ‘Soul of the Universe’

by Michell Spoden Our guest today is Doina Iovanel Spineanu, author and academician from Romania. Besides being a prolific writer in various genres, she is …

Sami Gharbi Talks about Islamic Calligraphy from Tunisia

by Michell Spoden Calligraphy is an interesting art dating back to thousands of years in human history. Giving artistic expression to writing for a unique …

Sitar – Legacy of Classic Indian Music with Aloke Dasgupta

by Michell Spoden Sitar is a stringed instrument that is very popular in classic Indian music. I had a brief chat with a skilled sitar player from India. Aloke …

Underwater Photography – An Unusual Career in the Sea

by Michell Spoden Photography is fun and many seek a career in it. But photography under the surface of water is more of an adventure and even a challenge. I …

The Beauty of Polish Pottery

by Michell Spoden Polish people have always been known to be respectful to artists from everywhere. As learners of the arts, they have throughout centuries …

Sufi Music: The Voice of the Soul

by Michell Spoden “Music is my soul and I cannot think of anything beyond,” says Kashmiri Sufi Sensation Mudasir Ali. “I love singing as it transports me …

The Kingsbury Run – Cleveland Murders Not Forgotten

by Michell Spoden According to the department of justice, the United States has just a little over two hundred thousand unsolved murders. As far as missing …

True Colours – The Art of Bekah Moss

by Michell Spoden My guest today is 26-year-old Bekah Moss from Canton, OH. She is a professional artist and musician, running her own freelance company. She …

Working with Wood – A Never-Dying Art

by Michell Spoden The historical practice of wood carving has been used on trees, doors, walking canes, smoking pipes, nativity sets and even Egyptian tomb …

Street Art with Crupt

by Michell Spoden Historically, drawing on buildings has been around since ancient Egypt and Rome. Graffiti art is no new subject and is so recognized today …

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