You have to get lost In Art to find Yourself.
We’re all directly, or indirectly, on a journey of self-discovery through the things we create. For some people it’s creating a business, for others it’s family, and for many like me, it’s art.
About me and the blog
What is Serene Dominic?
We are a generation of free expressionists looking for a way to make the best things we can. But not all of us know how to do it, or how to start.
Serene Dominic started as one of my ventures to help light the spark inside such folks, who struggle with letting their creative side thrive. With this blog, I hope I can help people self-actualize through creativity.
I, Nelson Dominic, am a citizen of the post-technology pre-artificial intelligence world, where creative expression is at its peak.
I enjoy trying all sorts of new creative ventures, including pottery, expressionist painting, digital music production, or graphic design. Doesn’t matter if I’m any good at it, everything is a learning experience.
A Timeline of Events
A Short History of this Blog
The idea of Serene Dominic came to me when I was knee deep in a project about the history of storytelling and how its forms have evolved.
The Birth of this Blog
Although I didn’t start actively working on building this blog until some time after, it was at this time when I conceived the idea of Serene Dominic, a platform to spur creative endeavors and enriching people’s thinking.
I came into this world not long after the first blog was created, and growing up I witnessed the evolution of blogging, how it became a a diverse medium with a wide range of uses, from personal journals to news reporting and commentary.
The First Ever Blog
The first blog is generally credited to Justin Hall, a student at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, who created a personal blog in 1994. His blog, called Links.net, featured his musings on a variety of topics, including his personal life, travel, and technology.
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It’s easy to get lost in the mechanical work of everyday life, so don’t forget to take a minute, and if you like my blog, leave a note of appreciation…