Painting A Pathway Home

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Painting is a pathway to self realization.Each aspect of the painting process, color,form, texture holds its own unique spiritual meaning. Ross G. Drago carefully expresses this meaning and shares a lifetime of painting insights in Painting a Pathway Home.Regardless of your painting style,the words contained in this book will deepen your relationship to painting and bring you closer to your self. More

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About Ross G. Drago

Ross G. Drago was born in Buffalo, the son of well known Buffalo artist Ross J. Drago, whose painting of the Buffalo skyline is on the cover of Buffalo Boy. Ross G. Drago is a painter, writer and inventor of an energy symbol language which he uses in his paintings. This language describes human relationships in energy terms. Drago received a B.A. Degree in painting and sculpture at S.U.N.Y. at Elmwood in 1964. Drago moved to Berkeley, California in 1967. There he founded and is Director of the Energy Art Studio. Ross G. Drago is the author of several books on human energy consciousness, and editor of on-line Paint Rag Magazine.

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Review by: Noelle on Jan. 12, 2013 : (no rating)
I have been looking forward to this book ever since I read the article Painting to Manifest. I love the title 'Painting a Pathway Home' and in fact as I was reading, I felt as if I were reading a pathway home as well. Ross Drago's books and writings have such a quality of truth and beauty to them that make me feel as if we are already living in the luminous, enlightened world that he imagines we can realise. This book is a wonderful companion for artists but it contains so many gems of beauty and wisdom for everyone; artists and also those who don't consider themselves to be artists. I think that no matter what time period Ross Drago decided to be born in he would always be a visionary. I'm so glad he is here in our time and I think his works are eternal.
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Review by: Carol Russell on Dec. 18, 2012 : (no rating)
Everyone with the soul of an artist must read it!
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