January 17, 2010
Artist: Julian Merrow-Smith
Sometimes I think of winter as a quiet time of year. A time to rest one's body and in general: hybernate. This is not to say we should close our shutter windows until April. I still believe the world to be a juicy piece of pie, and should live for a slice of its beauty.
In my life, I'm feeling abit quiet. I'm terribly sad about what is going on in other parts of the world. And that makes me become introspective - grateful for what I have, yet feeling abit guilty for I have at my fingertips.
When I reach out for art/poetry, they seem to touch my inner spirit in ways I can't describe. Some things are not meant to be described through words. So, I hope you enjoy the painting that I selected for this cold wintry weather, and dream of cherry trees for everyone.