Goal: To create one piece of art each day for 365 consecutive days
For the last fourteen years or so I have lived in pretty cool climates. Summers have had high temps of about 80 degrees and winters frequently dip below zero. Coming in from the cold with a coat of frost on my eyelashes was commonplace and I was never without mittens.
Moving to Fort Collins, whose summer temps have certainly averaged a billion degrees, has therefore been a bit rough for me (although I have been assured these high temps are not the norm.) While you can layer yourself up infinitely in winter time, there is only a certain amount of naked you can get without being ticketed or arrested. So imagine my joy when, this week, temperatures stayed below 70 degrees for a few days. On top of that there was rain! It was pure heaven.
This piece is an homage to the rain and coolness that cheered my overheated spirits.
I live the pic. Beautiful live-giving rain.
It’s amazing how much we complain about it when we have it in abundance, and how much we miss it when we don’t. Not to mention places where there’s too little to keep the vegetation growing and people starve because of it.
So true! I think that statement applies to all weather, really. But rain perhaps even more so.
The piece reflects all that was intended. Very nice.
I so appreciate all of your feedback, Elena!
I enjoyed creating this piece, but wasn’t sure if others would feel it communicated much. So glad to hear you think it did-