Spring in the air indeed
Tip of the month:
Yes, that is the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam that has been built for the 1928 Summer Olympics. Since that time, it has become a landmark used fairly much in all sorts of sports activities. In the whole month of february, the stadium was flooded to allow for public ice skating and hosted the winter skating marathons for the pros. . .
. . .and you might be asking. . .what about the panda? (If you don’t see the image, change your settings to show image, the images are always the best part!)
Yes that is indeed me in the Panda bear hood with my dear friends Erik and Valerie. We let off some steam on our speed skates.
What I love about this picture, besides the fact that we had a blast, I see it as a snapshot fusing two passionate art areas.
You see Erik has been actively participating in the year courses for intuitive/ expressive painting at Atelier Molenpad for 5 years. I have gotten to know Valerie more recently during my co-active coach training.
What a peanut butter and jelly sandwich fusing these two disciplines together, yum!
And I call this sandwich as you may have guessed: ARTworks!
This makes me curious, as to what two passions of yours you can fuse together into a unique, yummy sandwich?
Go ahead, play around with this!
For example, Erik is a Manual Therapist and an Artist. Can’t wait to hear about how these two fuse together! I am excited for hearing everyones breakthroughs! Yippee!
ps. Do let me know what you have discovered!
pps. So what about the panda? Well the panda is one of many totem accessories of mine that I bring to Burning Man. A place where everything is possible. It symbolises gentleness and strength.