Buy My Hearts Content, a Found Objects on Paper by Anna Church from Canada. It portrays: Floral, relevant to: beauty, photography, sculpture, botanical, black and white , feminin, Sculptography, flowers, heart, fleur de lis A nod to the uncompromised beauty of 19th century plasterwork mouldings and an ode to a bygone area of extreme opulence. While it too could be seen as purely decorative, look closely and you will see that it is not cherubin, fleur de lis, and stylised foliage as might be…
Credit: Mike Stilkey <strong>A Delicate Balance (The Bird with a hat)</strong><br/> 'One lady told me it was a sin that I painted on books, and I told her that I'd got all the books out of the garbage – this particular batch was literally out of a dumpster'
As I kneel before you. As I bow my head in prayer. Take this day, make it yours and fill me with your love. Ave Maria. Gratia plena. Dominus tecum, Benedicta tu. All I have I give you. Every dream and wish are yours. Mother of Christ, Mother of mine, present them to my Lord.
"Ars Gratis Artis" means art for arts sake, the concept that art needs no justification, that it need serve no purpose, and that beauty is reason enough.