Author Archives: Diane Meyer

Interpreting Along the Deckled Edge: The Artist’s Place in Leadership

October 2012 / Learner Papers

Diane Meyer

Life is—or has—meaning and meaninglessness. I cherish the anxious hope that meaning will preponderate and win the battle. (Jung, 1998, p. 359).

Diane Meyer

Art reflects the soul of humanity, its beauty, dissonance, and struggle. We can’t imagine our world without art. But artists, unless they have received the acknowledgement of the great museums, are not considered for any essence of wisdom or reflection within the high-rise architecture of the corporate world. Today more …