What lies beneath: Yellow Leaning on Flimsy Greens

The everyday stuff of life - beds, sheets, a pile of blankets, clothes, curtains - are so familiar that we hardly notice them. The household stuff that we live among are part of us.
We see them; we notice them; we don't notice them. But an artist's eye, mind, imagination can dwell on something often overlooked and this concentrated focus not only makes the ordinary more interesting but it roots and renews our experience of the world around us.

It's as if we're seeing something for the very first time in our very own room, our very our house.
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