The Masters of Art Never Go Far

Every day is a new chance to start over. To clean the slate. To move towards what we really want out of life.

But sometimes we don’t want to change. Maybe we like where we are. What we’ve discovered. Maybe we’ve found what we want to be.

That’s good too. As long as you’re somehow, someway, still growing.

I found myself going through some older art galleries, and am amazed at the creativity I’ve found. I love these images, I love the intricacies of their art. So I thought I’d bring a couple to tonight’s gathering to remind you to look through my galleries, or other galleries, and allow yourself to be amazed.

Google “Paris Art Galleries” or “San Francisco Art Galleries”  or “Modern Art Galleries” and just take a look at what’s around you. Take a few minutes and wander through one person’s art. One person’s mind and soul.

Let me know what you find. Let me know how it feels.

 

 

Jose Vergara

 

 

Luke Jerram

 

Bisa Butler

 

 

Elizabeth Berrien

 

Mosaic Art Buildings

 

 

Eric Standley

 

 

Fabergé

 

 

Michael Parkes

 

 

Pysanky Ukrainian Easter Eggs

 

 

Louise Bourgeois

 

 

Minerals

 

 

H.R. Giger

 

 

Liu Bolon

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