Comment faire comprendre que dans chaque belle œuvre git l'inspiration, que cette inspiration est fugitive et capricieuse et que pour la saisir et la retenir captive, il faut l'aide du temps?
Art Therapy is about looking inside a stone for the mystery of one's own interior life
Sculpture can not be taught by books or by spoken words. It must be experienced by the artist. The hands must be trained by practice; the mind by constant acquisition of knowledge and the heart by its undefeated faith and desire to overcome all obstacles. For sculpture is a thorny road beset by barriers, defeats, and disappointments......Even though we generally fall far short of our aim, we still are impelled by this ever-flowing stream of hope and desire to try again to surpass ourselves. Failures are many and often devastating to our morale, but one or two bull's-eye successes will carry us over months of hard labor.
Buddhist sculpture is about provoking understanding, answering the needs of the soul... First seeing in a mystical sense and later reproducing that personal vision of what is known by all and what will serve to replenish understanding.