This week, share a photo of something that’s art to you. It could be some actual “art,” like a painting by your grandmother or the misshapen but perfect clay sculpture your child brought home from kindergarden, or something most people wouldn’t consider beautiful at all, but that has meaning to you. The important thing is that it’s art in your eyes. – The Daily Post
I’m a movie lover, a bookworm, a blogger learning how to write and an amateur photographer. Not to mention, a patient crafter and I’m all about DIY-ing. I can sit down and do photobooks, sift through pictures, compile scrapbook layouts hours on hours. I can cross stitch for hours which feel like minutes and make bottles of origami stars and buckets of origami cranes. And finally, as an aspiring baker, I can sit around and craft my baked goods for a long time, like with my glow in the dark cupcakes HERE!
What I’m saying is that I’m all about art in cinematography, the picture weaved by the words on paper and the images filtered through the lens of a camera. The best work of art comes from your heart. Thats the reason why I do DIY and thats the reason why these following things popped in my head when I saw work of art because they are all art in my eyes. Maybe its not worth oodles of money like Van Gogh but they are irreplaceable.
First up is the work of art from my mom…
Simple strawberry birthday cake
Sure, my mom doesn’t get all fancy like when I bake but what shines through her simplicity is her love. Plus, didn’t we all learn to not judge a book by its cover because my mom makes a kick ass cake.
After an exhibit from my mom, how can I go through without something from my dad because that was the first thing I told my mom and my boyfriend I would be moving to my home: one of my dad’s work of arts.
You got that, right? This painting may have migrated to another part of the house because my university diploma is occupying its place above the piano but its coming with me. My dad’s painting of this bird is my favorite. I always believed that my dad should have taken up the arts diligently and he would have gotten so far with the right opportunities. Maybe thats because I’m his daughter and I just admire him despite our differences. Thats my award-winning work of art that I own right now.
Now, we all know my friends hold a crazy place in my heart, at least they all know who they are. Although my friend’s wedding earlier this year was done in a fanatical rush and frenzy with only 6 short months for a 200 guest wedding, she may not believe it but all those endless hours she put in to make the centerpieces on each table and the individual party favors that made up said centerpiece, they were the most beautiful ever.
I spent a few hours helping out with punching out the little parts of these butterflies and let me tell you, she has some admirable patience and the time and care she put in this work of art was memorable to me, even if no one else realized how much work was put into it.
Unless you just dropped by, you all know I’m addicted to flowers. I love flowers so other than baking and the myriad of things I do, my work of art every year is in making the perfect Chinese New Year floral arrangements 😉
How about it? What is the work of art that you love?
Here is my response to the Weekly Photo Challenge. Please see other entries HERE!