I can’t remember what normal sleep feels like

HI SISTERS, BELOW THESE WORDS, THERE IS A GREAT SKETCH THAT DEPICTS THE WONDERFUL EXPRESSION OF THE CHEEK AND THE LIPS BESIDE A PILLOW. ENJOY!

Dearest Someone,

Over the past week or so I’ve been struggling to sleep again, I don’t think anything in particular has triggered this, I just keep waking in the early hours of the morning, having a little panic, a little reflection of life, I’ll lose the battle of fighting an overwhelming need to take a few minutes to pay attention to everything that I hate about myself and then slowly (somehow), I’ll drift back into a lovely, bad-dream-filled slumber. Then, of course, when morning hits I could quite happily stay in bed forever.

But, to be honest I’ve had a lot worse when it comes to my inability to sleep. 99% of the time I’ll have nightmares or weird dreams, it’s just the whole waking up and not being able to get back to sleep that really really really frustrates me. Actually, quickly drawing upon that whole 99% of the time I’ll…

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The Art Of Carl Larsson In A Postcard

Hello Beauties! Carl Larsson not only was a swedish remarkable artist, he also was an excellent ‘stage designer’. Here is his daughter Brita and you’re invited to visit his drawing room. Often he made his artworks with watercolor. Enjoy!

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postcard Brita in the drawing room – painted by Carl Larsson

When the love for receiving postcard will combine with the love of art, this is what happens.

It makes my day!

For those that are not aware, Carl Larsson was a Swedish painter, mostly painting using oils, watercolors, and frescoes. He considered his finest work to be Midvinterblot (Midwinter Sacrifice), a large painting now displayed inside the Swedish National Museum of Fine Arts.

The postcard that I have received is called Brita in the Drawing Room.

I really love it and this that it is ahead of its time.

What do you think? Do you like it?

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My Painting “Depression”

HI BEAUTIES! A DEPRESSION CAN BE ANOTHER REASON FOR SKETCHING. HAVE A NICE DAY DEAR!

Today I am going to talk about a Painting I did this early this week. It was nothing like my normal paintings .. It was More like A message.

I was a little nervous at first but then I took the leap of faith and trusted my Guts.

It was a Double exposure. A Stressed man in the front and a human figure at the back.

20170901_085809.jpg This was the Rough Idea of the painting.

I Sketched it out neatly and I thought for a moment what Colors i am gonna use. I thoughts i would think of every color as an emotion. As I went in with colors I started with Yellow, then Pink, Then Some red, orange and green and I went in with Prussion Blue and Purple. And I started to feel all those emotions and thoughts. And All the colors got messed up like human emotions. I…

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Letters, diaries and manuscripts. Beginning with a portrait.

By Bernini, Gian L. – Portrait of Sisinio Poli

By Van Gogh – An sketch of an old woman on a letter

By Gruau, René – A lady beside a yellow armchair

By Tarkovski, Andréi A. – Sketch of a dog and writing

By Kirchner, Raphael – Clovers

By Picasso – Sheep

By Marc, Franz – Ex libris

By Daumier – Sculptural heads of leading political figures in 19th century. France

By Brunhoff, Jean de – ‘Les mamans’ (The mothers) About Babar.

By Klee, Paul – The police dog gets into anger (Postcard to Franz Marc)

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The Bangkok Banksy

HI BEAUTIES! LET’S WALK A WHILE AND DISCOVER SOME ART AMONG THE STREETS. HAPPY SUNDAY!

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IMG_0794ATTENTION: Banksy has finally reached Thailand! Well, no not really, but Bangkok is in reality home to an incredibly artistic crowd. Whether you like street arts or fine arts, it’s never difficult to spot something creative happening in Bangkok (from local and international artists). And for today’s travel blog post, I’ve come to Chalerma Park (aka. Graffiti paradise) in the heart of the bustling city.

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I wasn’t quite sure if I ought to tag this post as “lifestyle” (arts) or “travel“. But to be honest, Chalerma Park easily satisfies both passion pillars. Located near Ratchathewi BTS station (Exit 1), this little park is the perfect starting point for truly immersing yourself into Bangkokian street art. Every corner is simply breathtaking, from full on graffiti murals to intricate but attractive cartoon doodles (the penguin parade being my absolute favourite). You…

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A Magickal Autumn Garden

HI BEAUTIES! REMEMBER WE’RE SO CLOSE TO THE FALL AND WE CAN ENJOY THIS MOMENT !

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A Magickal Autumn Garden

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Summer is evolving into Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere.  It is almost harvest time and the moon is new. Twinkling lights flutter over the garden wall. It’s the faerie folk come to celebrate the season.

This is a garden for a small space. The apple tree is Espalier (horticultural and ancient agricultural practice of controlling woody plant growth by pruning and tying branches so that they grow in relatively flat planes, frequently in formal patterns, against a structure such as a wall, fence, or trellis).

Some Plant Lore from left to right with some of their magickal uses:
The Apple is ruled by Venus and the element of water. It is a symbol of immortality and knowledge; used in love and healing spells.

Rosemary is ruled by the sun and element of fire. It used to purify and cleanse, and to rid a place of negativity…

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Daydream Believer

HI BEAUTIES ! ARE YOU BELIEVERS TOO ? HAVE A DAY FULL OF BUTTERFLIES !

PAPER TWISTS

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