Blooming artist

Today I want to share my daughter’s website, Slowbloom. I’m excited to see her take her art to a new level, sharing and selling. If you see something, better snatch it up!

Already, she’s experiencing success and she only just began. This is one of my faves: My interpretation is besties. Here’s a recent photo of her. She’s a beauty! One in a million girl ❤

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Modern art

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Deep down I may have the soul of an artist, but I know after going to visit a museum that I lack the life of an artist. There are many days that I would like to just sit and paint all day, but I don’t. Maybe someday.

I took this photo and it was fun to just stare at it. It doesn’t have to make sense, though it does seem to speak, but it doesn’t have words. If only life can be lived in this way.

I’ve recently marveled at how a seemingly simple art piece can be viewed in multiple ways by people. I can see a kind of an arrow pointing left, but my eyes also want to finish the piece and draw lines to connect the points and angles which then forms a sort of space ship. What do you see?

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Playing tourist

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Coming at ya at 11:00 p.m. to report on my wonderful day. The morning I spent at the Fremont Festival enjoying the art booths and a beautiful sunny day with my husband. I’m always impressed at the creativity of the artists in Seattle.

Then in the afternoon, I drove to the airport and picked up my friend Karen visiting from Texas. This is her first visit to Seattle and so I was excited to show her around. Our first stop was the Chihuly Exhibit in Seattle. We leisurely walked around gazing  at the mesmerizing glass exhibits. Next, we enjoyed a wonderful view of the city from the top of the Space Needle. And I was happy that the elevator ride up was so fast, I didn’t have time to be nervous!

~Peace friends, hope your day was good also.