‘Oh-Oh’ It makes sense.

Sitting on my bench, patiently working on my eight years old laptop, I’m comfortably between my left side unordered staple   invitation cards (mail- addresses because of preparing online Art Auction. On my right side some bills, past years old agenda’s – checking papers with quotes and informative short scribbling down narratives to peek through for reviewing a book for  future. So I was busy.  But to break the dullness of comfort – all of a sudden my mind sat still and I picked up a nearby ‘Nights Curacao’ lying next to me. An informative tiny bulletin (had it some time there) and I peeked through with front page cover- famous  ‘World Heritage, with Curacao its attractive Architecture in vivid colors. I sighed at the page for a while looking the stunned colors and continued randomly the following pages and caught myself suddenly stirring on one page.  It was a yellow and black exposure page titled ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’.  Looking at the black inked picture of Pirate ship I wondered how making myself comfortable in a sense now.  But no worries making it a sense, stumbled on this picture made me remember a colored painting I  somewhat exactly had in my Photo Doc to use. But kindly with same entourage effect.

Haitian Artist '60 Oil on Canvas

Haitian Art from ’60’s

This image I intended  to use creatively in a story, ( not with Pirate ship) mentioning the artist who made it, while further coupling it with messaging my actual Announcing Piece of Art Auction called ‘Integration’ and to get a meaningful two-sided stories and so navigate the viewers ultimately to my  www.asylaholt.com.  So the abruptly caught up Pirate-ship painted in Black Ink in the Nights Curacao put my thoughts on a drive, inspired me in an impulse to take gas and continue the good idea and work on my announcing boat painting from this Haitian Artist in the 60’s. So from one thing comes the other when you need inspiration.

Paging further through the Informative Booklet I stumbled on Dolphins titled ‘Who kept the Dolphins out’.  I wondered how curious but I’d imagine they’re kind a hanging out somewhere else. But of course, again looking through the words, thoughts came around on visit again. This time on another Picture-Painting with a Dolphin I was to use while sitting here in living room.

Not with titled ‘ what’s for dinner’ but ‘Resurrected’ awareness with an appearing Purple kind of Dolphin in underwater scenery which was a dream. At first the title was ‘ Being watched’ but actually in metaphysical term this Dream Expression  has stronger sentence of sensing  everything  So this Dolphin caught an eye on a falling mask, thrown deep inside the water. It was like finally free of all that cluttered the mind and made imperfect.  This creature in the painting spotted also a bracelet (yellow) hanging around piece a coral. A real dream long time ago and since 2004 outlined in Painting and kept blinking on my Canvas. So this Dolphin took the Bracelet ( gemstone the Citrine) around its rostrum (beak) and as I remembered brought it to me. Of course I woke up instantly. I suppose the making sense of this dream was meant to continue with my Artist life,

With this usefully prompt awareness from times ago to this particular day with ‘Who let the Dolphins out’ showed wondrous lifting up the courage.  (Dolphin Academy is active since 2002)  Finally Dolphins are important guiding creatures and enormously friendly. They search your soul and make it a better place. Well by all means I hope it is. I’d enjoyed this precious encounter around  Creative Pictured outlet ‘Nights Curacao’ Booklet full of useful info’s and it gave me encouraging and surprising energy.  And all is well for future.

Asyla ten Holt

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