Good morning, good afternoon, good night…
I’ve just passed by these quotes, set inside picture frames, for sale in a well-known London department store:
“Every picture shows a spot with which the artist has fallen in love.”
Alfred Sisley (French Impressionist painter of en plein air-landscapes).
Every touch of the brush, from the layering of colours to the speck of a pigment, is essential in defining and beautifying the final, individual piece.
“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see,”
Henry David Thoreau (American author, poet and philosopher).
Everyone interprets ‘some-thing’ either similarly or differently, but first you must look and then you will see; first you will hear and then you must listen.
Each of these words is ever so slightly different from the one to which it comes close to.
Get ready for your close up and frame your Uniqueness.
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