Because: beauty

Sometimes we can get caught up in the details of our lives. The minutiae of tasks and to-dos, which for me this week has meant an explosion of Post-Its across my work space and yet another blog post on finishing the PhD. I’ve been existing very much in my head.

It’s nice to be reminded of the beauty, wonder, and creativity in the world. This morning I took my boys to Cottesloe for the Sculptures by the Sea exhibition which runs each March. We ran along the sand, splashed in the water, and admired the art. They played, laid on their backs to appreciate the sky and sculptures, and clambered over rocks. It was gloriously simple, and yet the art gave us much to talk about and to think about.

Below are some of my photos from this morning. You can find some of my pics from last year’s exhibition in this post.

by @debsnet

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by @debsnet by @debsnet by @debsnet by @debsnet by @debsnet by @debsnetby @debsnet by @debsnet by @debsnetby @debsnetby @debsnetby @debsnet

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  1. Pingback: Art can be taught: On knowing, doing and thinking Art | the édu flâneuse

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