The Amy Lourie Spirit of Golf Fine Art Collection

A unique, modern fine-art collection for Spirit of Golf featuring the artwork of Amy Lourie, PGA.

“rebirth”

Rebirth symbolizes the abstract and evolving nature of golf and life itself. Within each golf shot is the opportunity to reinvent both ourselves and our games, requiring nothing short of a total commitment to the rebirth of our thoughts,...

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“balance”

Balance is defined as a state in which differing parts form a satisfying and harmonious whole.  Depicted by a round golf ball at rest between flat Zen stones, Balance symbolizes the harmony that is necessary between our inner and...

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“club”

Club offers a quantum interpretation of the most physical extension between the body and the ball. As thought is to the mind, club is to the swing, a tool that appears solid and stable but constantly changes (bends...

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“hands”

Hands offers a quantum interpretation of the profound connection in golf between the body and the club. Our belief – or doubt – in ourselves and our abilities is communicated directly through the hands; how we hold onto...

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“ball”

Ball offers an abstract interpretation of the illusion that a golf ball is perfectly round. In spite of its imperfections, Ball reminds us that our shots in both golf and life can quickly bounce in our favor if we...

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“prana”

In Sanskrit, Prana is the vital, life-sustaining force (energy) of all living beings. Prana (artwork) offers an abstract interpretation of the life-force energy we have inside of us in every moment; we breathe – in and out, time...

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“permission”

Permission offers a powerful reminder of the unfathomable energy underlying the word “yes.” Yes lets us know that we never need to ask for a good reason to stay positively focused or in a happy frame of mind....

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“float”

Float offers a satellite view of Glen Lake in Northern Michigan, one of the most beautiful lakes in the country, and a place of peace for Amy. Float inspires us to see the forest through the trees, or to...

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“inspire”

Inspire offers an abstract interpretation of the splendor and magnificence of the beautiful games of golf and life. To feel inspired in golf is to be in love with life, and the beauty and awe which Inspire represents...

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“potential”

Potential reminds us of the mind states of calmness and serenity which mirror the essence of who we really are. As we align with the energies of our true potential – free of tension, resistance, and “dis-ease” –...

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“morph”

Morph offers an abstract interpretation of the varied mental, emotional, and physical states – represented across the middle of the painting – that are experienced during a typical round of golf. Sharing Spirit of Golf’s most important philosophy,...

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“detach”

Detach symbolizes the art of allowing and a willingness to energetically surrender, accept, and let go. In golf, detachment happens as we release ourselves from our dependence on tips and technique, allowing us to play the game through...

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“om shanti”

Om (a symbol used in the Spirit of Golf logo) is considered to be the primordial sound, the sound of the universe, the sound that contains all tonal vibrations from which sounds are formed. Shanti simply means "peace." ...

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“acceptance”

Two forceful and opposing energies (personalities) may collide, yet within each is the innate desire not for conflict but to coexist in a state of harmony, equilibrium (homeostasis), and deep inner peace. In golf, colliding with ourselves (non-acceptance)...

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“desire”

Desire portrays the energy of intention; a reminder that action must be balanced with inspiration and purpose, especially on days when we are feeling lethargic and tired. Much like the foul weather that tests the mind on inclement days,...

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“belief”

Belief offers an abstract interpretation of one of the core tenets of Spirit of Golf: believing is seeing, not the other way around. There is absolutely nothing in our lives that cannot be created or imagined into being,...

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“beyond”

Beyond offers an abstract interpretation of the internal static and noise which plays like a broken record whenever we become overly obsessed with results and score. To play our best golf is to play with a quiet, focused...

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“samsara”

In Sanskrit, Samsara defines the eternal cycle of life: birth, suffering, death, and rebirth. Even in golf, there is a profound cycle to every shot we hit – a beginning and an end. It is with a...

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“dukka”

In Buddhism, Dukkha means that life is conditioned, temporary, and imperfect. In golf, Dukkha reminds us of the illusion of consistency; there is nothing that is not constantly changing both within ourselves and our games. Dukkha, Samsara,...

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“maya”

In Sanskrit, Maya is illusion. In golf, Maya could be interpreted as the illusion that the energy of a shot is separate from the energy of the mind. There is no separation of anything in the universe; to...

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“fear and joy”

Just as with hot and cold, we cannot know what fear feels like without knowing its counterpart – joy. To try and push away fear is to push away joy, since either emotion relies upon the other for...

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“joy and fear”

Just as with cold and hot, we cannot know what joy feels like without knowing its counterpart – fear. To attach to joy is to attach to fear, since either emotion relies upon the other for the expression...

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“one ball”

On a quantum level, there is no such thing as past or future; it is the human ego that has a perception of time. One Ball asks us to passionately embrace the unfolding of “The Here and Now,” as...

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“provisional”

Provisional is the second chance that always exists in the here and now. It affords us the constant opportunity to re-tee the experiences which no longer serve us well. We come to see that there are no...

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