A painting made of different geometric shapes in pastel colors

Ruth Root, Untitled, 2003, Carnegie Museum of Art

Self-Care Sunday

It’s important to slow down and take time for self-care, and art can be the perfect entry to a moment of rest.

a painting of flowers.

Flower Meditation

Make time to slow down today and enjoy a guided mediation on Henri Fantin-Latour’s Lilies and Pelargoniums in a White Vase.

a painting of a woman getting into a bath

Body Scan Meditation

Become aware of the current sensations you feel in your body and explore your tensions with this body scan meditation inspired by The Bath (Le bain) by Edgar Degas.

the words

Meditation on Thoughts

Explore your thought patterns and consider the stories you tell yourself with this meditation on thoughts inspired by Blah, Blah, Blah by Mel Bochner

A decorative Urn

Meditation on Dreams

Contemplate your hopes and visualize your aspirations with this guided meditation on dreams inspired by The Urn of Dreams by Adelaide A. Robineau.

A detail of a bride rosette

Affirmation Meditation

Create positive affirmations in your mind during this guided meditation on a cast iron Rosette from the Manchester Bridge.

A sculpture in a public park with

Walking Meditation

Feel the movement of one foot at a time, with this guided walking meditation, paired with Mythical Source by Ned Smyth.

an intricately carved wooden door

Visualization Meditation

Sharpen your mind’s eye with this guided visualization meditation, paired with Door by Jean Dunand.

a painting of a woman washing clothes

Meditation on Daily Tasks

Prepare for the week ahead with this guided meditation on daily tasks, inspired by David Gilmour Blythe’s painting, The Washerwoman.

A white plaster sculpture of a man sitting over hunched over a phone

Mindfulness Meditation

Move your attention inward with this mindfulness meditation using Nicole Eisenman’s Prince of Swords.

Geometric shapes on a solid field of bright color.

Meditation on Shape

Sharpen your attention to detail with a guided mediation on shape using Sarah Charlesworth’s Untitled.


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