“To labor in the arts for any reason other than love is prostitution.”
- Steven Pressfield in The War of Art
Her passion for people and psychology - colored by her upbringing between British Columbia, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and Bali - has shaped Mythra Sage’s love affair with art. Through the richness of growing up in such varied cultures, the wisdom, perspective and prodigiousness of her art belies her youth. She graduated from the Green School, a world-renown International School in Bali, Indonesia, hosted her first exhibition at age 17 and is now traveling the world by bicycle, keeping and art journal inspired by the rich cultures and experiences she is experiencing.
What art means to me:
To me art is a form of expression. Whether it be to express an emotion, idea or concept: Art is a language that all people speak. The language of art can be spoken regardless of racial, cultural, social, educational, and economic barriers. Art goes beyond a language, as it is far more diverse, allowing people to interpret the work differently and giving the authority for everyone to feel it in their own unique way.