We went to Geneva, Switzerland, over the weekend. The city is known for its water spring, artificially projected. You could see many men in their suits. Cost of living seemed quite high as well. We strolled around downtown admiring the architecture and he Lake Leman scenery.
Here are some of my artworks. I’ve been thinking about seizing the moment. Grabbing onto what you have and being thankful for it. Also taking that time just for yourself. Soul-searching.
I spent my Monday off strolling in my beloved settings. I let city beat entice me once and again. I feel like I’m cooking up a new wave of inspiration to paint. After having had my lunch salad under the pink lacy clouds, I headed up to some galleries. Also had a delicious Zambian coffee.
My latest works. Lines twirling on paper creating recognizeable figures. Tones of fresh green grass, ocean blue and budding daffodills. They all find their way into my heart today.
The sun is coming out more and more. You recognize some of those odors that tickle your nose. You’ve smelt them before. They remind you of something good. More light gives you more energy. You feel like changing. Adding or taking out.
My life is an interesting mix of three languages. At home I speak French, at work English and then there is Finnish. I don’t really know when it intervenes these days. Probably more often than I realize. It is a sort of a secret code of mine.