Fall Wall Decor “Statue in Woods“
For each of us…there is a time to prepare. We have summer behind, winter ahead– so there is something particularly compelling about this lovely fall image. I am still struck by the brazen beauty in it.
There we were, about to enter an art museum in Maine one fall day, when out of the woods she came to me. Here is “Statue in the Woods,” my name– not the museum’s. Very powerful image, isn’t it? Given both the season and our heritage, this image fills in a missing understanding of certain reality. You can see other fall-themed images at George Delany Art. Please, check them out.
Days are warm, mid-seventies, nights are cool, down near forty, once or twice, below. The animals take note. Hummingbirds are gone. Winter birds arrive. Honey Bees are fixated every day on their winter stores, hurt by the recent drought of a month or more. Winter bees are being born. They will never know the splendor of a spring nectar flow. But they will move the hive toward Spring. This is their function. It is miraculous, as so much about Honey Bees is. Amidst the continued pandemic, economic trial and uncertainty, national politics, geopolitical tensions and forbearance a national trait every day…consider “changing up,” your wall art collection by purchasing an art print — (have you ever purchased an art print?), perhaps investigate GeorgeDelanyArt… and do try two neat features on my site you may enjoy:
The first– WALL Preview, a capability that visualizes your art selection in your specifications as seen in different settings; living room, bedroom, sitting room, conference room, these sorts of things, as referenced, above.
Secondly, the Live Augmented Reality feature that allows you to see your chosen art work on YOUR wall…in your setting. Pretty exciting stuff.
Check out the several categories of original art and prints on my site; Instagram pix, photos, paintings, illustrations, limited editions, original painted works and Americana posters.
This is my “business advice,” for the week– A cliche, “You reap what you sow.” So often, we learn this the hard way, don’t we? Birds are preparing. Honey Bees are preparing. We must prepare. Are we preparing? I don’t think so…not so well, anymore. Just look at our environment as but one painful example. The consequences for not doing so…we often fail to consider–and pay the price. Whatever it is to be, one way or another…we will pay it in the end. So take these days as an opportunity to prepare. Like we Boy Scouts used to say, “Be Prepared.” How outmoded, you say? But how refreshingly stark in its imperative– and correct, too. Let’s get prepared. It’s simple. It’s real. It’s time.
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