Beauty Break: 06.28.15

Orange pop.

Rainier Cherries HDR by digiteyes

Adriana Garibaldi

Paul Klee

Orange tulips at the Belagio_Tom Seliskar

Designs for Fabrics - Gunta Stölzl

branches with orange flowrs

James Leman design for woven silk textile

orange cactus flower_Tom Seliskar

Orange Poppy by Andy Small story

Maria Brito and artwork

orange arrangement_brass urn


Orange cactus flower by Tom Seliskar
Orange tulips at the Belagio by Tom Seliskar
Images found on Pinterest
Carpet Patterns by mhobl
Rainier Cherries HDR by digiteyes
Adriana Garibaldi
Abstract by Paul Klee

James Leman design for woven silk textile
Designs for Fabrics  by Gunta Stölzl

Orange Poppy by Andy Small
Maria Brito and artwork

2 comments

  1. I really enjoyed the seventh piece, the one with the numbered scale on the lefthand side. It seemed to tie them all together. For me it is a delightful, layered explication of your theme of orange, of life’s entangled emerging, and of the way beauty is both hidden and revealed by life. All at once…

    Michael

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  2. Lovely, Michael. I feel your words reflect the oft quoted phrase by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Thanks for connecting and sharing your “eye”.

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