34 min

Season 4 Ep 13: Life in Haiku Art & Faith Conversations

    • Arts

This live podcast episode was recorded at Studio Haiku in Duluth, MN. My guest, Natalie Salminen Rude, is a visual artist who specializes in encaustic style painting and has also been practicing the art of haiku for several years. We talk in depth about the invitational nature of haiku that can lead us into conversations with our Creator. Natalie shares with us how it has informed and influenced her creativity and also shaped her prayer life. Haiku has shown Natalie the value of pausing and taking notice of the present, even when life feels chaotic or confusing. She shares tips on how to get started writing haiku and also shares several of her own in this episode.
For more information on Natalie's work visit:
https://nataliesalminen.com
The Q&A from this interview is available on Patreon! Become a supporter and join our community!
https://www.patreon.com/artandfaithpodcast

This live podcast episode was recorded at Studio Haiku in Duluth, MN. My guest, Natalie Salminen Rude, is a visual artist who specializes in encaustic style painting and has also been practicing the art of haiku for several years. We talk in depth about the invitational nature of haiku that can lead us into conversations with our Creator. Natalie shares with us how it has informed and influenced her creativity and also shaped her prayer life. Haiku has shown Natalie the value of pausing and taking notice of the present, even when life feels chaotic or confusing. She shares tips on how to get started writing haiku and also shares several of her own in this episode.
For more information on Natalie's work visit:
https://nataliesalminen.com
The Q&A from this interview is available on Patreon! Become a supporter and join our community!
https://www.patreon.com/artandfaithpodcast

34 min

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