Yoga is the Elimination of the Unnecessary. ~ Photographs by Robert Sturman From the Sculptor’s Studio.

Via elephant journal
on Oct 3, 2012
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“Art is the elimination of the unnecessary.” ~  Pablo Picasso

The Ancient Arts Meet —

In the Studio of Asana Art.




When we live our art, the unnecessary begins to fade.


The Asana Artist ~ Newton Campbell

The Sculptor ~ Steven Lustig

The Photographer ~ Robert Sturman


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3 Responses to “Yoga is the Elimination of the Unnecessary. ~ Photographs by Robert Sturman From the Sculptor’s Studio.”

  1. Newton Campbell says:

    So heavenly awesome!!!

  2. Mamaste says:

    Newton Campbell, a talented west coast yoga teacher, is coming to NYC this winter for a few workshops . So, keep your eyes peeled. 😉 ~Mamaste

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