(of Artistic Concerns) Cecil Orion
1a) Develop the power of your creative energy
yet discipline yourself in receptivity and sensitiveness.
1b) Be like a river that receives all streams
in this way the Creative Harmony
will always flow through you. 
1c) You will become as spontaneous and intuitive as a
2a) Know the intensity of the creative impulse
yet remain unassuming and down to earth.
2b)Live according to the harmony unfolding within you,
and you will always remain an example for others to follow.
3a) When the Creative Order is sectioned into parts for
it become music and poetry, art and science, philosophy
3b) The master finds within himself
the essence from which these all arise;
in so doing he unites them all within himself. 
 The artist is a receptacle
for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the
earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web.
That is why we must not discriminate between things. Where things are concerned
there are no class distinctions.
Pablo Picasso, 1935
 We Catalans believe you must
always plant your feet firmly on the ground if you want to be able to jump
up into the air. The fact that I come down to earth from time to time makes
it possible to jump all the higher.
Joan Miro, Sweeney, 1948
 Nature is hidden in infinity
and manysidedness and does not reveal itself in things; in its many manifestations
it has neither tongue nor form, it is infinite and boundless. The miracle
of nature is that it all is contained in a small seed, and yet this “all”
cannot be embraced. Man, holding a seed, holds the universe and yet cannot
examine it, regardless of all the obviousness of the latter’s origin and
of “scientific foundations”. One must understand this small seed in order
to also reveal the whole universe.
Kasimir Malevich, God is not
Cast Down, section seven