Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Reflections Of Joy

How happy it is to see and observe the flower blooming, the bird flying, the stars shining, the brilliance of the sun and so on. I was enjoying the thoughts of these and thought that this is my perfect next oil painting to do. All of these are mirrors of happiness where we can cherish. We have to be centered in the one above to be able to experience true joy. This is kind of difficult to visualize so I choose the subject matter abstract. This way it will translate better what I mean. I titled this, "Reflections Of Joy". This is currently in auction and you can view this by clicking on the title above. Thanks for reading my blog!


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