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The children have been keeping themselves gainfully employed this summer holiday drawing, painting and sketching. Right now art materials are simply not cheap for me, but it’s cheaper than sending them to a Summer camp and it’s worth every penny that I spend watching them work on their skills.
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Do not lose hold of your dreams or aspirations. For if you do, you may still exist but have ceased to live. Henry David Thoreau
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Being creative is a way of life. Artists creative outlet is as natural as their breathing. Everything around you is a canvas.
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collage of paint brushes
I’ve driven past this building several times and this painting has piqued my interest enough that I want to go and see what they are peeping at.
Discovery coming up.
I have no idea how this genius of an artist did this surprising and wonderful work, and I was fascinated to no ends.
We had to look at the artwork with magnifying glasses because you couldn’t see it clearly with naked eyes and it was a delight to see the fine work done on such little pebbles, a strip of pasta, bottle cap, grain of rice, match stick, melon seeds, almonds and so much more.
It was marvellous. Unfortunately, the dapper looking enigmatic artist spoke no word of English so I couldn’t successfully badger him to share his secrets.
This genius of an artist is Mr Hasan Kale, a micro artist from Istanbul.
The word chaos automatically connotes messy and disorganized in our minds, but sometimes, things appearance can be deceptive.