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Artsploring

Exploring Life through Art

Sober

A toast to sobriety and actually living in THE moment. (and unanswered questions 🤔)

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Friendship Evaluation

Thoughts under the showerhead. What are friendships all about really? What do you think? (Remind your friends how much you appreciate their existence in your life! 🤗)

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War in Haven

“Surprise, surprise!
Turbulence incoming.
Also, I need not your invitation. Keep calm and deal with it!”
Poetry is beautiful;

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Goodnight?

With the initial idea being cluelessness, the painting grew to some kind of warzone theme. Reminded me of the World Wars and Self wars and in an abstract view, ant wars. (Thought: For the wars which I do not fight…)

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Discipline

Short narration of diligence and discipline, and a reminder for you to personally strive towards the same.

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My Lady in Yellow

Dressed in the elegance, of vibrant hues, of bright beams of sunshine, lining your sides, of taupe freckles, of aesthetic design.   Mother Nature wouldn’t have liked it otherwise; to you was granted the skill, and the fertility, and the […]

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Baby Fever

Diary entry: 20th August 2017 After many long days and nights, spiced with craving and itchy fingers, soothed with an occasional dose of banana, I found a little babe in my very own arms. All to myself. And it marked […]

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The Right to an Opinion

“You can buy whatever hat you want”, Said the vendor “The round, bland, pointy one. The options are endless” The round protects from round sun,  and the bland from bland sun, and the pointy, pointy sun. But in a store […]

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Progress

Welcome to my world, where, fear lingers at extreme ends of any feeling. I am the kind of person who is scared to be too excited, to expect something big…or something too small. I am scared of caring too much […]

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What if…?

Featuring this time, is “Chicken Licken”. I’m currently working on a new piece, which I expect to be done by next week. Yay, chicken!😂 It’s pretty much a sketch. I used chalk pastel, graphite pencils and charcoal, and added some […]

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