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Isabella Koldras

Passionately curious...astute observer of the psyche, the inner and outer world..with a love of all things beautiful...with a desire to liberate myself...I developed an interest in the Art/Literature/Music/Wonder of It All...in my early life...which has continued throughout my life journey, thus far, as I travelled from Poland through Germany to the spiritual land of Australia.

Passionately curious...astute observer of the psyche, the inner and outer world..with a love of all things beautiful...with a desire to liberate myself...I developed an interest in the Art/Literature/Music/Wonder of It All...in my early life...which has continued throughout my life journey, thus far, as I travelled from Poland through Germany to the spiritual land of Australia.

I guess...the creative aspect of my personality has always been there.
After spending much of my time being engaged as the Justice of the Peace (Statutory Office Holder), Medical Scientist and Bioethicist and...appreciative of every country's Art/Museums/Galleries/Literature...regardless of what human culture created the artistic secular/sacred works...I had considered developing further my own interest in oil painting and creative writing. That let me to embark on my new path of creative realization of my dreams. And for that gift, alone, I'm forever grateful.

I'm deeply inspired by the mystery of life and a host of traditional, ancient included, writers/artists/poets...contributing greatly to the best creative works of our planet.
It helps to; 1. be fluent in and experience another culture's linguistic/artistic insights; a different language is a different way to see life and our world and all art is autobiographical and saying something about the person creating it, 2. consider how human consciousness has changed over time...using human motivation as the most important raw source of a creative work and the irony as the gaiety of reflection and joy of wisdom, and 3. to choose in all things... *to be, rather than to seem.
Acutely conscious of the transitory nature of my earthly joy...try to make the most of the gift of time...

*Esse Quam Videri. - Cicero

Poetry is like a dream of philosophic love. - Francis Bacon

The knowledge of different literatures frees one from the tyranny of a few... - Jose Marti

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