The Seer shares the inspiring art of Johannes Vermeer; something that has for a long time been a source of inspiration to her.
The Lacemaker is a painting by the Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer, completed around 1669–1670 and held in the Louvre, Paris. The work shows a young woman wearing a yellow bodice, holding up a pair of bobbins in her left hand as she carefully places a pin in the pillow on which she is making her bobbin lace. Link→
This portrait of a young woman at work inspires me because it is a notable depiction of being in the moment through complete attention to the now.
Ciara Young says
Thank you so much!
And what a beautiful piece.
Amazing artistry and beautiful resonant insight
Ailsa Mclean says
Thank you, beloved Almine and Rogier. This message is so significant for me.
It's a wonderful painting. Thank you for sharing your insights with us Almine.