Art on a wall (#4 in a series)

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Cosmos,

Octopus,

Coral Reef,

Neon colors,

Blending schools of fish,

Students decorate a cement wall,

Opening opportunities for fantasies.

Tomorrow’s dreams and yearnings~

Never limit oneself nor prevent

Bubbles of Joy to surface

Within yourself.

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Expressions and thoughts
Spreading from mind of
reocochran outward.

Enjoy celebrating freedom
on your Cinco de Maya!

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33 responses »

    • I think it would be fun if we were in person and some of the more lively bloggers could shout out, “I see a dandelion!” My friend, Anna, found one in this section. πŸ™‚

    • Oh, wow! Jill, this is a fantastic way to see the mural as gumballs! Now I will never look at it again in the same way. I will have an even sweeter perspective! πŸ™‚

    • It really is interesting. My friend, Anna, saw a dandelion, legos, a portrait and a set of frames. It would be so exciting to bring a group of kids here and ask each one to find something and run up to it and tell something about it, Marissa. πŸ™‚

      • Thanks, Marissa. Just think, kids would be using vocabulary, communication, and their imagination. I think they may like this, too. They could roll around on the hill, if it were dry and the grass was mowed. . . πŸ™‚

    • Thank you, Jay. It really was a big project which happened sometime after university started from September until recently. I had walked past this cement wall last August and it was literally, a “blank slate!” I am glad you looked at this and your description was really fantastic.

    • Lana, thank you for reminding me, art is for everyone! It is one which children, adults and elderly feel joy when they see something they like and can relate to. . . Sometimes it is traditional as Norman Rockwell or as modern as Picasso or impressionistic as Claude Monet.

  1. That wall gives me ideas, Robin! We have walls all over our property. I would love to do this on one of them in back, away from the scolding eyes of our Homeowners’ Association. I love it!

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