Art Is Everywhere

They say art is a waste of time.

That young minds and old should be focused on more important things like finance and politics and how to earn a living.

Well, art is a miracle of the mind, heart, and soul, too.

I’ve been finding a lot of new and unique artists to share in future Sunday Evening Art Gallery blogs. And with each piece of art comes an overwhelming sense of self. Of accomplishment. Of caring and sharing.

Here are a few of the artist I’ve already featured. Take a look at the thought, the fine detail, the foresight these people had in just creating something:

 

 

Willard Wigan

 

Ana Teresa Baraboza

 

Riusuke Fukahori

 

 

Dale Chihuly

 

Here is a sampling of some of the artists to come:

 

Pegi Smith

 

Matt Molloy

 

Vanessa Davis

 

Just think for a moment all the work that went into each creation. All the thought, emotion, and precise movements it took to get their art just right..

Art is all around you.

If ever in doubt, just open your eyes. Here are a few views of art made by a more “cosmic” artist … be sure to take in this sort of art when you can …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Art Is Everywhere

  1. I love how you appreciate such a diversity of artists, techniques, and subject matter! You are always opening my eyes to something that I couldn’t have imagined before, and showing me amazing possibilities!

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    1. Thank you, my friend. You make me feel soooo good! Never in a thousand years did I think I would search the Internet and my friendships to find unusual, unique artists to share with everyone. It started by watching my friend and work colleague John Lemke do his pen and ink drawings. He graciously shared his work so I could share it forward, and I’ve been hooked ever since. I mean I’ve found amazing… and I mean AMAZING … quilts, statues, buildings, shoes, colors, paintings, yarn works, string art, body painting — every time I turn around I find something else. I never knew these artists existed. So I HAD to share them with others. I’m so glad you’ve come along for the ride!

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