A page for what inspires me at certain moments or in general, most probably about places, moods, atmospheres, art, books, light, shadows, materials, plants, stones, water, seashells, leaves, skies, horizons, people, animals...
We create connection and belonging to our environment and things that are part our lives. I'm someone who can get rid of my belongings, many rather easily. But some are around since my youth. We adopt things and places like we have to belong to where we are. After ten years with this view I've ended up really liking it. In particular when sky is this blue and clouds are fluffy with ranges of white to dark grey and even blue blue... so "resorting" to look at.
With regret I'm a slow reader. When a book pleases me I can't just rush it over. I do read books in several languages, which is nice when you prefer the original version or when you can't find it in your desired language, but I'm a quite slow reader, but it happens I read several at the same time. I haven't finished my summer reading yet and I have more piling up now. Received the second part of Hockney biography yesterday, a book that puts me in good mood before night sleep. Maybe if I could be disciplined and reserve more time for reading would be the best solution. Somehow it's very inspiring to have piles of books waiting for you!
"La voie lactée"
Beautiful sky tonight. Here one of my favourite views of town.
Sunset in the city is better than no sunset at all, but I miss the sea and its horizon...
Painting and drawings gives an excuse to sit still contemplating in the woods...
A beautiful "cream colored" tree in Jardin de Luxembourg.
I don't know it's name but magnificent in it's green environment...
My interest for plants grows. Feels like a passionate relationship.
Here a Pilea peperomioides...
Cy Twombly is exposed at Musée Pompidou a few days more.
I love the simplicity of some works, the energy, the color harmonies and the mixtures of drawing, writing, painting in many layers. Everything is permitted actually. Very inspiring.
Rodin, who died a hundred years ago, has stopped ageing since. The "Grand Palais" in Paris shows some of his work for this occasion. An exposition worth a visit for the sculptures and many not so common and very beautiful drawings.
Certain things impose themselves to us. If we are attentive to this and accept certain unexpected directions as we "follow the flow"... something will soon start to grow...
They are always there to comfort you...