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I just recently came across the Google Arts and Culture app and decided to give it a try. The app is free on the (iOS) App Store and I believe it is also free through Android as well as Google devices.

Google Arts and Culture allows users to explore museums worldwide, get a real-life sizing perspective of notable works and try taking an “art selfie”

The art selfie feature allows you to snap a picture of your own face “a selfie” and compares your feature to works of art.

You can also tour museums and take a virtual walkthrough viewing paintings and sculptures and architecture.

I am excited to keep exploring this app and all it has to offer. Give it a try and show me your “selfies” in the comments 😁

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Friday night, a closet full of paint and canvas, and a desire to create. The house is quiet and the weekend requires very little of me. Diving into self care includes dirty fingernails, hair in a knot, and glasses on.

I love intricate works of art. Creations from an astute perspective. I appreciate those things from other people. My patience runs thin and if I am unable to finish a (craft) project in a fairly short amount of time, I am unlikely to stay focused. Abstracts are fun. I think it gives the viewer the ability to creatively finish a piece of work on their own, so each interpretation is unique.

The inspiration is personal. The drive is a desire to see myself reflected in work. While most, if not all, are a great deal dissimilar from myself, I am inspired and pleased by art that reflects what I experience every day.

As a supporter of body positivity and a widespread acceptance of comfort in what the body is capable of, I enjoy sketching, painting, crafting, writing, and the like. I am not an artist by trade, but we are all capable of something beautiful. The first piece featured below is a 10 minute sketch followed by acrylic on canvas at about a two hour completion time. Enjoy!

Pencil Sketch
Phase one: Just put color to canvas….
Can you see the Minecraft Game Board down there? 🙂
I love her in color……
But She’s a Stunning monochrome…

“Cheeky”

16×20 Acrylic on Canvas

Eve is a mom, student, daughter, sister, blogger, doer, thinker, and more. Any and all blog content should be viewed as opinion and any sources should be verified prior to using any of these words in that particular order to form your own (opinions). For more, visit: Happy Kotter: Disclaimer. Have a great day!

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