THE PERCEPTIVE HORIZON OF THE AMERICAN WEST – A California journey, the dream of instant creativity.

California Dream, the psychological motivation to gain creativity.

Reading the “Beauty Myth” (a nonfiction book by Naomi Wolf) and “Collected Poems” by William Everson, listening “Songs from the Attik” by Brooke White you experience this “California author trip”, where the incredible paintings by Wayne Thiebaud ever will remain into you memories. Four creative people and four special cities. This is the perceptive horizon that we offer you, visiting California.

Our journey into California creativity, today brings us to Mesa (on the border with Arizona), to learn about art through paintings. Located in the named Maricopa County, it is a city filled with museums and hiking opportunities (do not forget its delicious food and drink). You will have easy access to the area’s most popular natural attractions (such as Apache Trail and Verde Rivers). If you haven’t already discovered the food, don’t forget the entertainment at Barleens Dinner Show, a smoke-free, family entertainment where you can pick from 13 different live variety shows (the meal is something special, a small price to pay for a whole lotta fun!).

From 1939 to 1949, he worked as a cartoonist and an illustrator, known for his thickly painted American still lifes of such items. He was born into a November day, 1920, in Mesa (Arizona). Growing, WAYNE THIEBAUD become painter and printmaker. He grew up in a home in California and studied commercial art at Long Beach. In Los Angeles, he worked in the animation department at Walt Disney Studios. The perspective of his San Francisco cityscapes was inclined upward, to read almost like a flat arrangement of form. Creatively growing, he turned to landscapes, pushing them toward abstraction by using unusual points of view. For him, a conscious decision to include selective bits of personal experiences gives the painting more of a multi-dimension.

Los Angeles is big, stuffed with so many worthwhile experiences that you will never be asking yourself what to do. Before browsing the shelves at Small World Books, grab lunch at the local Figtree’s Café. Venice Beach, the bohemian epicenter of California, the boardwalk is still a brilliant place for people watching. Soundtrap your very own online music studio where you can record your creations. Creativity can express itself through music. This is what a girl had done, listening to her favorite music.

She moved to Los Angeles (California), where she attended the Musicians Institute, spending four years to honing her craft as a singer-songwriter. She began singing publicly during high school, grewing up amidst the sounds of her parents’ record collection (artists from the 1970s). BROOKE WHITE become singer/songwriter in the vein of two icons, whose influence helped her earn a fifth place finish in the Idol competition.

Famous Golden Gate Bridge it is one of the modern wonders of the world. With so much to do in this amazing city, do not forget San Francisco is famous also for its restaurants. Best waterfront? Fisherman’s Wharf. Here you can experience some fantastic food. 1.5 miles off the shore, is Alcatraz Island, developed as a military fortification, become a famous being the federal prison. In this mythical city a very creative writer was born. You have been able to describe a different myth: that of female beauty.

As she write, “She wins who calls herself beautiful and challenges the world to change to truly see her.” NAOMI WOLF is an author, journalist and feminist. She was born November 12, 1962, in San Francisco (California). She is the author of the book “The Beauty Myth“, the third wave of the feminist movement. She written other books, including “The End of America” and “Vagina: A New Biography”. Reading her masterpiece, you will discover women do not have to spend money and go hungry and struggle and study to become sensual; they always were. Women need not believe they must somehow earn good erotic care; they always deserved it.

This former gold-mining centre is now a modern city, but with plenty of reminders of its past. Entering Old Sacramento district, you will discover some old-world charm. Hip urban areas? Midtown, where you can tour craft breweries. Something special? Dragon House, featuring murals and even lamp poles made of fairies. (This is a privately owned home, should be treated with due respect). On Acker Island, an idyllic pleasure island you offers one of the most enticing excursions. Isle Bar & Resort it is a hotbed of adventure, with dining and live entertainment (do not forget to sample the world “Mai Ta beverage” during your stay). For him, a poem had contained movement. You can better imagine how these atmospheres helped to increase the passion for the poetry of a man who was born here.

His parents was printers, and raised him on a farm outside south of Fresno. Brother Antoninus” was born in Sacramento (California), into a September day, 1912, becoming a poet, literary critic and teacher. His real name was WILLIAM EVERSON had played football and attended California State University, in Fresno. For him, one of the deepest needs of the human soul is for centeredness, which confers meaning on the shapelessness of temporal existence.

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