Dogs create moments of smile.
Thanks to our dogs – Norma and Nigel – for reminding us to pause and love moments in our life.
By sewing the photograph, a second image is generated on the back that is both a reflection of the front and a completely new image. The two images, combined with the original photograph as a third representation, recall the Buddhist theory that an object exists in many forms and there is no true form. Yoon Ji Seon’s work addresses Buddhist ideology deeply rooted in contemporary Korean society and confronts issues such as plastic surgery and suppression of speech.
– from Yossi Milo Gallery
Broken branches from Apple tree and Bamboo taken from our back yard and used to decorate our home. We didn’t expect their beauty to survive long indoors, and why throw them away while fresh so we put a few drops of plant food into some cool glass vessels. Months passed and they began take root and eventually bloom new life in our home.
Placed on the dining table, light streaming through their beautiful silhouettes which creates a dawn to dusky center piece in the room that is #wherewelook every time we pass by.
Thank you broken branches and bamboo stubble for rewarding our efforts by growing, and being beautiful.
The creeping pace of nature always comes in quiet least expecting instances that we don’t see unless we put things in our routines prompting us to be to be quiet, listen and BE.