with Meyling Ho, a singular and plurial women...
actual starting point tends less to art remidying the
negative than cultivating and developinng the positive.
Helping people understand and to leave behind their ill
feelings was my first objective. She confess that in the
begining her artistic incantation, in the case, pictorial,
where ditacted by the demands of close friends who were
really in need of help. Nevertheless, this experience showed
me that only a few people would call on their non-conventional
therapists to try to correct a state of ill-being. Usually,
it is the people who are sufficiently open and dispose to
accept liking such ill-being to a psychological are
spiritual type of dimension, but these individuals belong to
a very limited group. Yet I would like to contribute to a
far larger movement towards harmonisation and be a greater
help to people. To bring increased well-being to individuals
is also make them more sensitive to the environment and to
the ecology of the planet.Futhermore, the spiritual
potential exists in each of us including those that ignore
or can't imagine the need to take care of this dimension of
their being. I believe that my creation are sufficiently
light and decorative to reach these people, without
diminishing their insouciance, and without seeking to
overturn their belief systems. The search of happiness is
sufficient and this positive desire for well-being appears
inscribed in each of us, like an innate quality. It's
precisely this capacity to open up that my work seeks to
touch and develop."
concieve my creations as being sacred and I allocated them a
specific energetic impulse but they can still be perceived
simply as good-luck charms, decorative or everyday objects
without loosing their effectiveness."
Increasing awareness of other cultures and their artifacts
help Meyling HO to realize all the similarities and
differnces, and the fact that WE have nomore in common than
WE believe. That's also wha t she noticed about tradition
and "modern world".
the resonance between that artwork and the profound
resources wich exist in each of us that make the talisman
act simply by it's presence."