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TRAVEL WITH MY ART #35: BEACH KAMENJARA, VRBOSKA, ISLAND HVAR (CROATIA )

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 It's time for another 'Travel With My Art' post. This is the thirty-fifth post in the series! Speaking of that, thank you for your kind comments left on my last art post. Travelling can be such an important aspect of our life. There are many ways to travel  and we often associate happiness with travelling (read more about the pursuit of happiness in this  rather inspired article ).  Apart from traditional travelling (that isn't available to everyone and certainly not all the time), there is also digital travelling. Books are the safest way to travel some say.  Has there ever been a word so poignant with meaning as travel? For what it is to travel? Isn't travel a part of our daily lives ? Do we not all travel back when we remember? We travel in time, space and memory whenever we have a transcendental experience of any kind, whenever we rise to our higher potential as human beings.  Our life sometimes feels like one voyage after another. Often we aren't even awar

TRAVEL WITH MY ART #34: BOTA, VRBOSKA, ISLAND HVAR (CROATIA)

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 Hello dear readers and fellow bloggers! Time for another post in Travel With My Art series. More precisely,  it's the thirty-forth post in this series.  As you might know,  Travel With My Art  is a regular feature on my blog focused on my location and destination art. Started in 2020, Travel With My Art feature continues to inspired me to paint both places I have visited and places I would like to visit.  Most of the 'travel' paintings I shared here on my blog are no longer  with me, but thanks to technology you can still enjoy browsing them digitally.     This artistic feature on my blog enables me not only to share my paintings of places that inspire me, but to write about them as well. It's been a source of joy, let me tell you. Not that I haven't worked hard at it. To produce art on even remotely regular basis you have to be both consistent and hard-working.  Sure, some of the paintings I shared are more quick sketches than anything else, but those tend to mat