To send light into the darkness of men’s hearts – such is the duty of the artist. ~Schumann
Have you ever noticed how some people like to look at things through rose colored glasses and others through dark shades?
Our perspectives on life are often a reflection of our experiences, or a response to our day to day existence. As we open ourselves up to new ways of being, we add color to our journeys and our attitudes.
I received some interesting feedback from the annual blog report of All Things Fulfilling the other day. Glassworks Inspired by Nature was the second most popular blog I have ever written in 1,013 posts. If you missed it, here is a link. http://bit.ly/12WopI6.
Why was this blog so significant? I think there could be a number of reasons why people found that blog post fulfilling:
- They liked reading about Louis Comfort Tiffany’s art
- The book, Clara and Mr. Tiffany, was interesting to learn about Click here for info & ordering
- People wanted to know something more about stained glass and it’s history. http://bit.ly/Wj0YlQ
- The life of an artist who saw life through a full spectrum of colors and through the love of his craft , is inspiring.
You can look through a kaleidoscope of colors in your own life by exposing yourself to an interesting mix of people, food, culture, faith and art. Or you can also enter into places of worship to look at stained glass windows, which will show you a full spectrum of colors in a different, equally fulfilling way.
Note: The image is a Tiffany Studios creation of beauty.
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