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05Mar / 2017
I get the message
The ATC oracle has a lot to say and it’s been saying lots. Does it mean anything, ever? Maybe? I hope that at least it is interesting.
Posted in ATC and Then Some
Tags: advice, art, artist trading card, ATC, decisions, everyday life, message, mixed media, reality
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The background to this one makes me think of a sunset, not just because of the orange but because of the stratification of the sky. That then makes me think the figure is sitting watching the sunset and has had some sort of epiphany about his or her life, that that is the message referred to.
I love this interpretation. It is hopeful feeling to me, and so often, getting a message is not getting a GOOD message. I would like to direct my hopes and thoughts more in that good direction in the future, rather than cringing and waiting for bad news. So what you said has a lot of meaning for me – funny that my artwork to your eyes and words back to my ears. Once again, the power of art and words.
Interestingly, I’m also a person who prepares for the worst in any scenario while hoping for the best and accepting something in the middle is most likely. I’m, therefore, always consciously striving to be more optimistic.
Yes, and I have learned and continue to learn that framing and attitude can be up to me to decide.
I’m glad someone does! I’m still (and perpetually) confused…(K)
Yes. Me too. It seems normal now.
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