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.

The white shape of a five-petaled flower set against a dark background.

Visualization Meditation

Take a moment to sharpen your senses with this visualization meditation inspired by flower by Wolfgang Tillmans.

A landscape painting of a peaceful clearing.

Meditation on Spring

Find a quiet place and contemplate the changing of the seasons with the meditation on Spring, inspired by Early Spring near Mantes by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.

A mid-century style clock and kitchen timer.

Counting Meditation

Enjoy this Counting Mediation inspired by “Measured Time” a clock and kitchen timer by designer Isamu Noguchi.

A black and white photo of the beach.

Meditation on Thoughts

Find a quiet place and enjoy this meditation on thoughts inspired by Seascape of Beach with Waves and Debris on Sand by Charles “Teenie” Harris.

A monochromatic painting of triangles all pointing inwards towards a center point/

Color Meditation

Find a quiet place and enjoy this meditation on color, using Untitled (Red Butterfly Over Green by Mark Grotjahn as inspiration.

A gallery featuring a large, mirrored glass sculpture

Loving Kindness Meditation

Enjoy this Loving Kindness Meditation on Heart Pavilion by Dan Graham.

A serene face carved into rough block of marble.

Reflection Meditation

Enjoy this Reflection Meditation, paired with Spirit by Malvina Hoffman.

A metal sculpture in the shape of spiral sits in a courtyard.

Meditation on Breath

Enjoy this meditation on breath, paired with Hokusai’s Wave by Jack Youngerman.

A stoneware bowl.

Meditation on Energy

Enjoy this meditation on energy, paired with Charger by Adrien Pierre Dalpayrat.

An abstract painting with large swaths of bold color.

Meditation on Memory

Find a quiet spot and a few minutes to enjoy a guided meditation on memory, paired with the painting, Untitled by Raoul De Keyser.


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