Nostalgia For A Place I've Never Been

I believe art is successful when it can access at least one of our most prominent emotions. Art has the power to evoke joy, pleasure, a sense of infinite peace, or even a disturbance or sadness. When we gaze upon a particular piece of art, our brain tends to make subconscious connections to a memory, experience, or something else we can't quite put our finger on. All we can typically grasp is the emotion. While I was staying in a small Pacific village in Guatemala in January 2018, I was lucky enough to meet this rad, world-traveled, experience-junkie triathlete from Arizona. She just so happened to be in search of the perfect painting, to capture what it was like to be at the top of a sl

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