The art’s soul and the catalyst

I believe art is a single soul divided to all, but the manifestation depends on the catalyst. The catalyst is the person who holds that fragment of the art’s soul within.

For me, I am a catalyst which conditioned that soul to be that of a writer’s… but for Laurene Alvarado, her art has manifested it self as a colorist, and as a soul, art has the effect on everyone it touches no matter how it manifests it self for us, using it’s holder as a catalyst.

This is one of her – Laurene Alvarado’s – recent artistic work, I hope it touches you as it did the same to me.

You can visit her site here if you want to know more about her soul, by just looking at her many manifestations on her portraits.


7 thoughts on “The art’s soul and the catalyst

  1. Wow thank you so very much πŸ™‚ I really truly appreciate your enthusiasm about my painting. It really makes the long hours and pesky self- doubt within every painting I attempt- worthwhile. Thank you πŸ˜€

    • You are most welcome… and since we share some of the fragments of the art’s soul, we also share the doubt we have when we portrait our art… I feel the same way when I write, until I have the opinion of a reader’s.
      I hope to see the full work soon, I have no doubt it will turn out to be nothing less than a masterpiece, take your time though, don’t want to haste you, otherwise it won’t be catalyzed the way you want it… πŸ™‚

  2. Nice thought! I kind of feel like other people are catalysts as well. They can definitely influence and inspire the artist and lead them to create something they may not have expected. Love the art, great share πŸ˜‰

    • I’m glad you liked it, and you will love her art, its different from what I have seen… but then again, there is no standard when it comes to art πŸ™‚

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