Art Thrums

 

Oil Painting of Crocuses, by Debrha Anderson, May 2013. Reprinted with the written permission of the artist.
This past month, I went in search of art that allows me to revisit the personally significant beauty and meaning of the crocus flower.   I have added a new page to this site where you can read my latest article…

Art Thrums With Crocuses” …Read more

I have already written my personal experience and story, that I call “The Thrumming of the Crocus” (you can read about it here).  I have also written a bit about finding this flower within its natural environment (you can read that article here, “Nature Thrums with Crocuses”).  Art lets me experience the hope, peace and joy of my crocuses as I will, not just for the brief season they may bloom in my garden, but at any time, no matter what the season.

First Crocus, by Leslie Dyas (Oil on linen, 2012). Reprinted with the written permission of the artist.

Throughout my office and my home, beautiful artwork and beloved objets d’art remind me of beautiful people and places, shared memories or private epiphanies that made me who I am today, or changed me in meaningful ways. They thrum to me, generating thoughts about the meaning of life, and about living a life with meaning. Thank you to the artists, each and every one who not only possesses creative talent, but work diligently to share it with others like me.

Glass Crocus Flowers, designed and created by Gala Glass Art. Photo reprinted with the written permission of the artist.

I have added a new page to this site where you can read my latest article…

Art Thrums With Crocuses”  …Read more

2 comments

  1. Your blog always speaks to me. I am delighted to read of our similarities, but also encouraged to explore the “new” thoughts and ideas you place in my heart. Thank you for sharing!

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    • Thank you for your kind words. It pleases me to hear from “kindred spirits” and to read that my writing was meaningful in some way. I appreciate your comments.

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