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As a conceptual artist I am regularly engaged in the serious creative work consisting of (1) play, (2) comfort with ambiguity in the pursuit of exploration of idea, and (3) trans-disciplinary research that serves curiosity as suggested by arts educator Cindy Foley in her 2014 TEDxColombus presentation titled, Teaching Art or Teaching to Think Like an Artist.  Like a garden the brain needs consistent nourishment in order to flourish.  Engaging in this kind of thinking places high demands on physical and mental rigor and consistency in order for conceptual growth and contemplative reflection. 

“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” 

Pablo Picasso 

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