The Shapes in Our Clouds

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”

~Pablo Picasso

I was over at thecreativitycauldron.com for Wordless Wednesday.  There was a simple snapshot of a landscape with a caption that read, “May I never get too old to enjoy finding pictures in the clouds.”

Using it as a prompt, I did a quick, child-like drawing with a few colour markers. As the blue that I used for the sky intuitively found it’s way to the land, I thought, “and may those pictures we see in the clouds add colour and wonder to our everyday life.”

 

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Carina Spring

Hi! So glad you stopped by my little blog, where I joyfully embrace creativity. Here, at Home... hurrah!, I celebrate the beauty and depth of everyday moments, explore what life has to teach us, and share some of the interesting things I see and learn along the way. Thanks for the visit!

2 thoughts on “The Shapes in Our Clouds”

  1. Thanks so much for sharing your response to the prompt. I love it. Especially the way the blue not only moves into the land, but in the way the shape of the clouds is reflected on the gorse bushes, yet the clouds feel as if they are moving above the land. Fab! Love the Picasso quote too – I’ve not heard that one before. Have a great weekend! 🙂

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Bekki. Love the Wordless Wednesdays, and I enjoyed the prompt! 🙂 You have a great weekend, too.

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