Meditation & Art
Though I’d used Barton Springs Autumn in a post before, it was prior to my start with Fine Art America in 2016, so when I went to update one of my first meditation posts, Meditation: Am I Doing It Yet? Part 1 — “who defines meditation?”, I saw a faded shot of my art taken years ago with a less sensitive camera, and, quite frankly, as a less camera savvy photographer 😊
I found I’d already created new image files, with new truer color pictures via my one year old Canon compact (w/one inch sensor)!
Because I’d just gotten notice this painting was accepted for the early fall Jerry’s Artarama U.S. Veterans Art Show!
It made me wonder: was this a coincidence?
Or meant to be?
Doing a major update of one of my early 2011 blog posts on meditation AND having the same featured image from that post accepted into a new art show? To be delivered this weekend!
Even it doesn’t mean anything, I couldn’t stop thinking about it and thought I’d share this little whiff of micro-cosmic synchronicity with ya’ll 😊
— Update 12.11.19 – This painting sold at Jerry’s 2019 Artarama Veterans’ Art Show ❤️
Does It Even Matter?
Within my own limited scope, probably not…
But, the fact that the question arises (smoke) means there’s probably something (fire) somewhere 😊
Even if benign. Even unanswerable. Even if irrelevant.
Einstein’s said to have said, “”The important thing is to not stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.”
Good enough for me 💜
My Related Blog Posts
- The Yoga Bowl, a Short Story
- Meditation: Am I Doing It Yet? Part 1 — “who defines meditation?”
- U.S. Veterans Art Show – Last Day at Austin Art Space
- Print Sold! @FineArtAmerica – Austin Autumn Colors at Barton Springs Zilker Park circa 2007
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Thanks so much everyone! 😊