Life is Art, Art is Life

Learning to draw brings all kinds of surprises!

Someone who recently attended a lecture I gave sent me a note saying,
“BTW, I now know that one nostril is slightly smaller than the other.  Thanks! Ha ha”
Isn’t it interesting how one nostril is smaller?
If you look at your own face with fresh eyes, instead of with the usual stereotyped assumptions, you may notice that your nostrils and eyes are different sizes. One eye is probably higher than the other. Do you know why?
Do you know which is your dominant eye, ear, nostril, and foot?
That’s a surprise, too, especially when you start noticing if they are switching.
Which foot do you use naturally first to climb stairs? Try the other one and see how it feels.
Learning to draw brings all kinds of surprises!

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This entry was posted on March 11, 2012 by in IDEAS and tagged , , , .

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