Creative Zen Creative Zen – the creative agency based in London – has created a series of images that capture the power of nature in everyday life.
The latest one, titled Creative Zen in the UK, was inspired by a watercolour by artist Paul Cawley, which shows a small lake and a river.
The watercolour depicts the beautiful colours of the rivers and lakes of the UK.
“The lake and the river are beautiful in their own right, but we wanted to create an image of a creative process, a process of creating, in order to connect to the natural world and create something beautiful for the viewer,” said Creative Zen director, Richard Liddell.
“I believe that the image captures the essence of the water, the natural beauty, and the power and beauty of nature.”
There is something beautiful in the water and I think this image really captures that, in a way that has a natural beauty that transcends any political boundaries.
“The images, titled The River and the Lake, were created for the Creative Zen agency’s online campaign, which uses creative arts as a means of communicating the power that water holds in everyday culture.”
We’ve created a range of images, and we’re using the Creative Art in the World exhibition at the British Library as a way of communicating with people,” said Liddells creative director, Sarah Jones.”
One of the things we hope people will do with these images is to take a closer look at the nature that they’re viewing and think about the connections between them.
“This is the first time we’ve worked together with a creative agency and I know they have an amazing vision for how they want to communicate with people.”
Creative Zen is an agency based at London’s Trinity College, which has been involved in the creative and creative arts for more than 30 years.
The Creative Zen programme is an opportunity for students and budding artists to become part of the creative community.
“It’s a really important part of our work, as students we really want to see how we can bring the arts to the world,” said creative director and creative strategist, Sarah Burt.
“Creative arts are about taking the imagination of the artist and bringing it to the wider world, and as students and creatives we want to be part of that.”
Creativity is at the heart of Creative Zen’s work, which includes the development of an online portal to share the latest works of art.
“Our website is a place where you can go to see what our artists are up to, we have a weekly showcase and a series in which we have artists who have come from all over the world to show their work,” said Jones.
“The website has got all sorts of content on it, from prints, paintings, watercolours, video, photography, sculpture and much more.”
If you click on the link we’ll have it in your feed, so you can see all the art coming from all around the world.
“Every week we have an artist showcase that’s a fantastic way of getting to know people and learning more about the world of art.”