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30 Days of Gratitude - Day 18

Thursday, April 20, 2017


Today's gratitude prompt for Day 18 from (http://textmyjournal.com/grat
itude-journal-prompts/) is:

What piece of art are you grateful for?

Lots of pieces of art bring me joy and I am grateful to the artists who make them for their skill and interpretation of our world. These artists challenge our understandings bringing both enjoyment and at other times discomfort.

In my case I am grateful for the style of art produced by Rosina Wachtmeister. Rosina's art makes me happy. She primarily depicts whimsical stylised cats with backgrounds filled with bright colours and textured patterns. Her art doesn't take me to deep dark depths instead it dances like a sparkling stream refreshing my spirit and bringing a smile to my face.



Take a moment to Google her name and click on images to see more of her vibrant art.

Do you have a piece of art or an art style that you are grateful for?
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  • NARNIAROSE2003
    I love this! It makes you happy just looking at it. My favorite is Renaissance art - specifically Botticelli. I always said I was Simonetta Vespucci reincarnated. That's why I chose that time period for my persona when I did medieval reenactment.
    1476 days ago
  • no profile photo CD17752158
    Yeah!!! So many!!! My favorite Artists are Vincent Van Gogh, Caravaggio, El Grecco, Manet and Miro!!!
    1476 days ago
  • no profile photo CD15844699
    I'm more of a generalist, but Chihuly's work does fancy my interest.
    1476 days ago
  • HIPPIEGIRL_ANNA
    Thanks for sharing I like this journal idea and think I will start it too :)
    1476 days ago
  • RO2BENT
    Everyone we've ever purchased or studied in school
    1476 days ago
  • no profile photo ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    1476 days ago
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