|Sky at Twilight on Cape Ann MA|
Welcome to our Sunday post. Here we are sharing creativity of photographers, sketchers and painters.
The photo above is for Post Cards from Paradise. It was taken last Sunday during an out door concert. The photo below is one of several of my 'begging bowl series' and is done in the Asian brush style. One order of Buddhist Monks, each morning take their 'bowl' out to the village and go from house to house for their morning nutrition. Whatever they receive they feel is sufficient. Expanding the concept to life, I am creating these bowls in various mediums to remind myself and others that what we receive each day in life is sufficient to our needs.(For more bowls see previous post) I am working on a new name for the 'begging bowl' and welcome your suggestions. What would be a good name do you think?
We are sharing today with:
Post Cards from Paradise
Your Sunday Best
Wishing you a fun and loving Sunday.
Hugs and namaste,
We love to have you post your comments, thought, or questions to delight us all in the day ~ especially, ArtMuse Dog ^_^
QUOTE FOR THE DAY: 'If I have learned one thing in this life, it is that God will not tie my shoes without me.' ~ Doug Boyd
Love your bowl, looked at some of the earlier ones they are great. Sometimes simplicity says more. A new name would be great as begging gives you the wrong idea. All I can think of is "bless you" bowls as the givers are really giving thanks.ReplyDelete
Lovely sky in the photo. I like the bowl series.ReplyDelete
Your sky photo is amazing. Clouds make great photos.ReplyDelete
Always love this feature -- neat painting!ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots and quote.ReplyDelete
Have a great day.
Very interesting and I love the quote!ReplyDelete
wow, i love this message today!ReplyDelete
thank you for this!!!!!!
it's so true, we have so much and we need to be thankful
Happy Sunday :-)ReplyDelete
Begging bowls used by monks were called 'Bhiksha Patra's' in Sanskrit.Thanks for reminding me of this sign of patience, humility and trust.ReplyDelete
Both your painting and picture are beautiful! I love the idea that you are conveying with this series.ReplyDelete
That is quite a gorgeous skyReplyDelete
I like the suggestion of Bless You Bowls...wonderful :) I think I need a bigger bowl right now...with everything ripening in my garden :PReplyDelete
I hope that your bowl overflows!
I just love that Cape Anne skyline!ReplyDelete
wonderful begging bowl!ReplyDelete
Hi ~ Bentley and I are your newest friends. Stop by and visit us. Bentley will be so happy to get to know your darling little Yorkie!!ReplyDelete
Susan and Bentley
both are so lovely! :)ReplyDelete
Maybe a nurture bowl? Love the idea.ReplyDelete
love the concept of the bowl series. these paintings are looking great.ReplyDelete
Bowls of plenty.
beautiful in its simplicity!ReplyDelete
loving the bowl series... and the photo is just wonderful... it was so great to catch up on what you have been up to...xxReplyDelete
Love the idea that bowls represent. When they are empty they remind us of possibility. Lovely post.ReplyDelete
Interesting - the bowl. I am not sure about the name but it could be something to do with how we each need each other - a symbiotic sort of relationship.
What a great photo. The sky is always an amazing sight.ReplyDelete
No doubt about it, Carol. The Giving Bowl.ReplyDelete