Within our daily routines we can become lost in the superficial where our focus gets narrowed and limited. We are also getting more disconnected to nature. What if we could slow down to hear the earth? What if we could see the layers between the physical and non-physical world where the trees would share their wisdom and we would humbly listen.
TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview.4
Advice: What is the best advice you’ve received? What is the best advice you can give?
Don’t blame and be the victim. Take responsibility for your life. Outer world reflects what you are not giving to yourself and others.
Aura: How would you describe your energy, style, etc.?
Clear aura and very stylish!!
Room: Where in your home do you work? If not in your house, where do you feel most compelled to create?
I can feel that something in my psyche opens up in spaces with high ceilings and lot’s of light. I am just moving into a new place with a studio in the backyard. I also have outside studio/gallery on Pico Blvd. They both have high ceilings. Feeling blessed with my spaces to create!
To be continued tomorrow…
Outi Harma is originally from Lapland, Finland. Over twenty years ago her move to the warm, multicultural city of Los Angeles was the catalyst that catapulted her creative expression. Her images create exciting worlds that merge the visible and invisible. Her years of exploration in movement, dance and performance art, brings a wide variety of characters, fluidity and emotion to her paintings. Colors are bold and vibrant. Her main character appears to be a archetypal, mythological female who often illuminates soulful, spiritual power along with a earthly whimsicality. Her paintings can take you from the beautiful, playful childlike realm to the spiritual and physiological depths where your soul expands.
This article was originally published 8.16.17 and has recently been updated with a larger image and new links.
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