Unsurprisingly, there was a fantastic turn-out for this week’s challenge theme: Art! Many of you found some great art in your travels and documented it in various ways. It has been a true joy to see all of your great posts!
The challenge was to capture art creatively, which each of the responses to the challenge did in its own unique way.
This image is one that I took during the 2011 edition of the Worcester Art in the Park of a piece by sculptor Antoinette Prien Schultze, titled Temple of the Roses. I added a bit of artistic license by using a reflector to give the sense of a sun rising behind this wonderful glass and granite sculpture.
The following were this week’s participants in the challenge with links to their posts:
- ladileemanilla clearly enjoys photographing art in many locations, as her post showed a plethora of great examples.
- bikergurl, whose blog is a wonderful read, found a treasure within the treasure that is the art!
- Emily’s post in her blog Zombie Flamingoes, captures art being created… we’ll have to come back for the final result!
- Brenda’s blog, a meditative journey with saldage, featured an amazing photo that truly captured the art in a very artistic manner!
- Charles’ post in charlesewaugh beautifully captured a tender work of art with heart.
- Candace writes the blog Netdancer’s Musings, in which she wrote a post about artists copying famous art in the Louvre.
- Judith provided a post in Nature Knows Best, which bridges the topics of last week and this week, as the art consisted of a mural depicting the shadows thrown by a couple dining.
- Xenia’s post in whippetwisdom recognized the art that is Nature; beautifully!
- Michelle’s post in her blog, Southern By Design, provided an amazing capture of a pumpkin ice cream!
- Miriam’s post in Out an’ About about the Artist Within is a wonderful exploration of the capability that resides within all of us to create art!
I found this week’s group of posts outstanding with plenty for me to enjoy and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it too!
And yes, I have a plan for tomorrow’s topic!