|Aleta Michaletos 1970|
Although creatives may hold no creative tool in hand and there’s no trace of fresh paint on a dusty palette, they are able to fill sketchbooks with intricate drawings, complete large canvasses and have them delivered to museums abroad, say witty and sharp things during sought after interviews with famous journalists, chisel monumental sculptures from choice blocks of Cararra marble, eagerly autograph napkins in fancy restaurants, effortlessly fill journals with published books and sit at the captains table on a luxury liner.
How, you may ask is this possible?
All of this is effortlessly achieved by the power of the imagination which is seated (but sadly also obscured from view) within the human skull.
Only full effort, results in full victory.
“Full effort is full victory” -Mahatma Gandhi