Su Nimon Gallery

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About Su Nimon

"As a visual artist, my goal is to inspire and enrich. If you can imagine the feeling of riding your bike for the first time... I want my painting to bring back that feeling of freedom, or of feeling loved... or of peace, inspiration or encouragement.

The Japanese have a term Kotodama (word spirit/soul) that refers to a belief that mystical powers dwell in words and names. I like to believe that mystical powers lie in visual art-- meaning that if people gaze on an image that uplifts them, inspires, or even just amuses them on a daily basis... then their life is changed for the better. It's like an instantaneous sort of meditation practice. So surround yourself with things that make you happy, or take you to where you want to be... and in time you'll find that you will have more happiness, more dreams coming true in your life..

My goal is to create those images that elicit a positive response which can inspire, encourage or remind you that you are loved.

I grew up in Ohio. I've lived many other places, but I find myself back home now. I'm never sure where my art or my life will take me next... but I always seek to find and savor the joy of the journey. "
Peace, su ni

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Michael Olin-Hitt

Michael Olin-Hitt is the Publisher and Co-Editor of Braided Way Magazine. He is Professor of English at the University of Mount Union, where he teaches creative writing, American Literature, Native American Literature and World Mythology. He has published two books of fiction ("The Homegoing: A Novel" and "Messiah Complex and Other Stories") as well as two books on spirituality ("The Messenger of the Holy" and "A Fish Made of Water").

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