But I had a nice, stress-free, relaxing break and now I'm back and raring to go. And since I fell behind a bit last month, I decided to jump right in and catch up on my posting for the EtsyBloggers team. The latest blog carnival, hosted by the lovely SweetSallySoaps asks us to...
Show me your all time favorite piece of art and why you find it inspiring.Oh, man. That's a toughie. I love art. All sorts of art. I could easily offer a top ten. But to narrow it down to one... Well, that last bit helped. One of my favorites immediately leapt out as "most inspiring." And it's a painting that I first encountered in a junior high art class. Christina's World by Andrew Wyeth.
Being an avid reader and writer, I'm always looking for a good story. And that's just what this painting is. But what's most inspiring of all is that it's never the same story. Every time I look at this painting I see something different. And I've always had to wonder, how did the artist see Christina's World?
And while we're on the subject, how do you see it?