Beauty in the eye of the beholder…

Daily Prompt: The Artist’s Eye

by michelle w. on June 27, 2013

Is there a painting or sculpture you’re drawn to? What does it say to you? Describe the experience. (Or, if art doesn’t speak to you, tell us why.)

Photographers, artists, poets: show us ART.

Beauty can be found in the most unexpected corners of the world…

I love art in so many forms- nature, the beauty of a woman, the beauty of a song or a dance, but also the beauty people create in various mediums…

Here is just some of so many fine examples of art I love…

My daughter saw an artwork like this in a psychiatrist’s office, and she made her own interpretation of it for me from memory( she was then aged 16)  – it hangs in my study…   Image

A very good friend owns this piece of art- it’s name is “After the show…” and somehow we pastors also relate to this emotion…

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I love the random art you can find in nature by just opening your eyes…

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And in conclusion, ladies and gentlemen, another piece by my daughter, it was one of her first year assignments in Graphic Design… Mr John Lennon …  Image

There is so much art all around us- just look with new eyes around you, even in the everyday things, like an old chain laying next to the life saver station at Melkbosstrand… Image

Just look and enjoy…

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  5. Thank you for this mini art show. I am not a prof photographer, but I take my camera everywhere and love the moment you find that perfect picture in everyday things. Thank you.

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