Animals exist on so many planes. Which ones are your favorites?
William Blake in his poem says
Tyger Tyger, burning bright,William Blake The poetryfoundation.org
In the forests of the night;
What immortal hand or eye,
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?
You may know Daniel the Tiger, a PBS American/Canadian character with Mr. Roger characteristics, who headlines a show for preschoolers with 30 minute segments.
Where in the world are the most Tigers found? Of course, it is India. Who ranks second?
Two weeks ago I spent some time in the National Quilt Museum at Paducah, KY. It’s worth the time and energy to study the artistic and workmanship qualities of quilts.
There were hundreds of colors, patterns and designs that captured my attention but I returned to this one multiple times. Was it the fact that some of the fabric extended beyond the quilt? Was it the visual characteristics? Was it the fact that it made me think?
See the paw that sticks out beyond the border as the tiger springs through the window!
Every creation has information about the designer/creator/craftmanship.
Was it the challenge that drew me back?
What did I notice?
What catches your eye when you are in a museum? What causes you to return to the same item time after time? What are you willing to spend time on? Where does your curiosity take you?
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