Surviving or Thriving? In the world of Art

  ArtSpace By Sunari Sooriaaratchi Having worked in the capacity of Curator/Managing Director (partner) of a small private art gallery in Melbourne for the past two years, I have had varied experiences. I have had the joy and privilege of working alongside some lovely, very dedicated and talented artists who …

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Inside My Sketchbook

ArtSpace By Sunari Sooriaaratchi I have kept innumerable sketchbooks over the years, yet they’ve not lost their novelty. The meditative sollace and space they provide me with is profound. It is a space I truly value. Drawing is a practice that assists any other practice, particularly painting and sculpting. Through …

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Foods to Avoid

Foods to Avoid By Sharmini Jayawardena “Are you a young person living in an old shell?”, asks Mike Geary, of The Nutrition Watchdog? Weight loss, weight gain, joint pain, muscle weakness, digestive issues, ‘old’ skin and hair, stubborn belly fat and zero energy are all serious concerns affecting the human …

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Disease

By Sharmini Jayawardena It is nothing but what it is: dis-ease! When you are not at ease or stressed and repeatedly so, the body reacts through a chemical imbalance creating havoc in your system. I’m not talking of contagious ? diseases here. I mean debilitating diseases like heart disease, diabetes, …

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