Celebrate Art With Minted Artwork

I get inspired by art.  It can brighten up the space in your home, bring inspiration to a dull office space and enrich your life.  You can celebrate art with Minted Artwork, a marketplace for independent artists, designers and photographers from all over the world to showcase their work.  Artists submit their creative work and the top pieces are showcased in an online store.

Minted Artwork is a great place to support and celebrate the works of talented artists.  My favorite Minted artwork pieces are landscapes of nature and artwork with vibrant and bold colors.

If you are an art lover stop by Minted Artwork.  Once you visit the site you will get captivated by the artist, their creative work and the story behind each piece.   It’s hard not to just pause for a couple minutes to appreciate, enjoy the art and purchase your favorite pieces for yourself or for someone you love.  If you are an artist make sure to check out Minted Artwork Challenges to submit your original creative work so you can celebrate you.

Here are my favorite pieces:

Celebrate Art With Minted Artwork

Organism No4 by VERY MARTA – Wisconsin

About the Artwork: Exploration of flow and organisms involves shapes, bleeds and microscopic happenings in a spontaneous exploration of its relationship to the bigger, faster world we’re constantly involved in. We all are entangled in fast living, fast motion and fast broad emotions, yet there is a world within us and outside of us, as fast as ours, that is so complex yet so simple it’s terrifyingly beautiful.

Celebrate Art With Minted Artwork

 Autumn Explosion by Stacy Kron – Minnesota

This photograph is the view outside the artists kitchen window during autumn. The sunbeams stream through her favorite birch tree in a way that makes her heart skip a beat. It conveys a sense of warmth that only the sparkling golden sunshine can bring.

Celebrate Art With Minted Artwork

Shoot The Pier by Christian Fior – Los Angeles, California

About the Artwork: Christian Fior has always been in love with piers. Something so intriguing to him. This was taken at the Manhattan Beach Pier in Manhattan Beach, CA. It was a very foggy morning and the fog had just rolled out when he snapped this picture. The colors were so flat and clean.

Celebrate Art With Minted Artwork Soaring Sequoias by Matthew Sampson – San Diego, California

About the Artwork: The Sequoia Trees in many of California’s National Parks are truly breathtaking. During his first visit to Sequoia National Forest, he was amazed by these giant trees. In order to realize their true size, you really need to experience them in person. However, this perspective gives some insight into their mammoth size. Here, he captured these trees towering over him and reaching the bright sky.

 

I am having a lot of fun celebrating the artwork and learning about the talented artists of today.    Minted Artwork is a great place to get to connect with artists and celebrate their work.  The styles and backgrounds of the artists vary, but the love and passion to create memorable designers is evident in their work.

 

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Minted.  However, all opinions are my own.

Spring: A Time For Renewel And Restoration

Springtime is a time of renewal and restoration.  For me it’s a time to take an inventory of everything around me and identify projects, commitments and hobbies that add value.  It’s also a time to prioritize tasks and get rid of things that consume too much time and don’t add value.   Most importantly, it’s a time to take some quiet time to restore my soul by spending time with loved ones and “me time”.

daisy-flowers

 

The symbol of renewal and restoration for me is a flower garden.   Similar to springtime renewal a flower garden requires attention and care to bloom.  Flowers also require watering to keep the flower stems and leaves healthy.  Flowers also require pruning to remove old, dead and decaying leaves and stems to  help the flower garden grow and bloom.

I hope you will take time during the Spring to take an inventory and prioritize things and people that add value to your life.  As you take stock of all the things that matter don’t forget about some “me time” and take some time for YOU.  YOU are the most important asset YOU have.

 

Eva-TFL

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