ART PEACE

tapping the creative 'right' side of my brain

Archive for the tag “peace”

80

“In all chaos there is a cosmos, and in all disorder a secret order” – Carl Jung

Lockdown-day 56

“Whosoever is delighted in solitude is either a wild beast or a god” – Aristotle

Happy Photoshop-ing…. Happy Blogging !!!

Stay Home and Stay Safe !!!

Scale

“Little Steps – Big Impact”

My Bachi, little creature who had\has a huge impact in our lives. It been a year since he is gone but we still miss him the same. I still wonder how he might have returned back to this world – again as a dog, a cow which stared at me, the lizard which refuses to leave my room,  a human whom I might meet after some years; or is his karmic debt cleared and he is gone for good.

DP Photo Challenge: Scale

Mandala 1

“The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities” – Stephen Covey

With my new job and new challenges I am not able to take time out for painting. So I went looking for Van Gough in a box, not that I would endorse that idea very much but this is the best I could do in my current situation and came across this Manadala book – Coloring for Calm. So now a days I am trying to satisfy my artistic itch by filling in colors into the patterns hoping for peace and more free time.

I found this really a good way to meditate also as you have to stay very focused while filling in the finer details. So coloring away and hoping for peace of mind and time so that I can get back to my primitive ways of painting.

Untill then you gotta do what you gotta do!!!

I love TRAVELLING

Singapore

Dear Gods

I remember saying, “I love travelling” NOT “I love relocating”.

I have been a “potential” immigrant for 2 years, then a local for a year and now I am an expat.

Almost around the globe… sounds awesome !!! But I am tired of setting up camp after every 1 year or so.

The good side to all this relocating is as you all know – seeing new places and living among different people and many more….

BUT one of the biggest challenge (at least for me) apart from the others which I felt like mentioning today is trying to find my beauty and health products. By the time I research and adjust to new products, I seem to migrate, aannnnnnddddd again its the whole cycle all over again

– search online where you will get your products.

– see where there are located, locate it and go to shops

– now there are three scenarios here;

1. you find your product, you take it – simple and happy; but your mind going back to the other products ; “should I try that one”, “maybe its better”, “lets check it’s price”, “I think its made for this climate, I should try this”, “what if it doesn’t suit me”, “it(my original product) was cheaper in my currency, I should have brought it from there”, “the luggage limit they give on these planes is bulls**t”

2. you find your product but there are better looking similar products on the shelves, and you want to try them – complicated&costly but happy; “WOW there are so many options, lets check these out”, “OMG – it contains methyl**** (don’t even know what it is but worried)”, “lets try this, if it fails I’ll buy my original product”

3. you don’t find your product and nothing similar to what you have used is available – frustrating and online research starts again; “S**t, what!!! you call this a developed country – they don’t even have this”; “I should never have come here”; “I should have packed it”; more SWEARING…… “now I have to figure out an alternative, check online and forums, SWEARING SWEARING”.

And by the time you have wasted so much money and effort on all this, all you feel is bad about misusing the money on something so stupid, instead of using it for seeing the place and what it has got to offer.

So finally Gods, add more travelling to my catalog, than relocating. Relocating is fine – keep it coming, but more travelling pls :).

Oh!!! I forgot to mention this …… I miss painting 😦 I am yet to buy an easel which I’ll have to postpone to next month if I don’t get my relocation allowance soon.

Good Nite for today

Peace

 

 

Post Navigation

Elaine’s artwork

Digital artwork

Curious Artifact

Travel adventures and tips from someone who likes going off the beaten track.

Stephen Gingold Nature Photography Blog

Images of Nature from Western New England

Graham's Island

Life on the Big Island of Hawaii

Photos by Ravi

Sharing unique images that I have captured from around the world. All images are copyrighted by Ravi Patel.

JaZzArt en València

Faith saved us from the savages that we were, losing faith makes us savages again

harrie nijland 2

PHOTOGRAPHY

ASTRAL NOIZE

Forward-thinking, noise-ridden curation.

Africantapestry

Welcome! Hope you see some artwork that pleases you, if not now, maybe next time...

The Plein Air Experience

No Camera Needed

Our Lives Today

Our lives in the present age.

WordsVisual

Mostly photographs with some words by this arty scientist...

BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

Sherry Lachelle Travels

Collect Experiences...Not Things

Abstracts by Kris

Original abstract art offered directly from the artist

Travels and Trifles

Expressing Thought Through Photography

Anna Konya Abstract Art

Remember who you are!

NAWFAL ABSTRACT ART PHOTOS

"The Most Extraordinary Abstract Art Photography You May Ever Experience".

A Little More Abstract

Crafting For Those Dedicated to Experimentation

Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings

An artist with an irresistible urge to create!

Elaine Travels

Food Finds, Travel Tips, Super Shops.

Elaine Howlin

lost in the pages of books

Travel With Jordanna

trips, tips, and tricks for all things travel. Come with me as I explore the world!

iRoseStudios.com

Art Studio Dumfriesshire

The Hermit Poet's Ramblings

Poetry BLOG By Edge of Humanity Magazine

Arsène MT

Peintures art dessins contemporain

Simple Nature Decor

nature inspired ideas to get a trendy and organic look in your home

SLAC Art originals.

Art is everywhere, be inspired

%d bloggers like this: