Developing creativity – SARK on living a juicy creative life
Posted Oct 26 2009 11:00pm
Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy, better known as SARK to millions of fans worldwide, is a writer and visual artist who “encourages and inspires women of all ages to become “succulent.” She defines this as transcending past pains and feeling the freedom of full self-expression.” [From summary of her book Succulent Wild Woman.]
Julia Cameron, author of The Artist’s Way, thinks “Sark’s gentle and effervescent work is a festive, creative catalyst that throws open a wide and generous gate.”
SARK says, “Remember to delight yourself first, then others can be truly delighted. This was my mantra when I published my first book in 1990, and still holds true. When we focus on the song of our soul and heart, then others will be touched similarly.”
“Marney Makridakis is a creative fountain, and her Artella site just vibrates with joyfull creative expression. She recently interviewed me, and I am so inspired by her and what she creates!” –SARK
This is a clip of Marney’s interview with SARK – in which she talks about her “stupid name” – as she thought at the time – an inspiration from Henry Miller, her mentor, appearing to her in a dream.