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Spread 185 – With Open Arms October 14, 2012

Posted by Orly in Uncategorized.

Welcoming what ever it is that presents itself to me, transforming something intangible into something tactile, making something of it. Once done, it becomes nothing, making room for another ‘it’. Perhaps a vague concept, but actually quite basic.


1. Liesbeth Molenberg - October 14, 2012

makes perfect sense to me:-)

2. Priya - October 14, 2012

Dear Orly, greetings from Taipei Taiwan, seeing your art when I am visiting my country of origin gave me a whole different feeling about making art, it’s a reminder of the transformative power of art and the language the soul often uses to communicate itself to us: lines and sentences that the mind doesn’t always comprehend, but the visual journaling provides excellent space for such non-linear expression. In Kindred Spirit and Love, Priya

3. bigislandsoul - October 14, 2012

Dear Orly, Greetings from Taipei Taiwan, seeing your art while I am visiting my country of origin has another level of impact on me, I am having trouble putting it into words but all of a ‘sudden’ I understood the art connection in a much better light. Perhaps when I take your next class I will be able to put it into words, a sacred knowing that is hidden like a gem. With Love, Priya

4. Sandy - October 14, 2012

Brilliant…… Thank You

5. Yacov - October 14, 2012

You can make some nice stuff… 🙂

6. apaperbear - October 14, 2012

Ha! I had a feeling a new Orly spread would be posted soon! It feels ancient, timeworn. A vague concept in deed but we know the meaning.

7. pearlandroses - October 14, 2012

Making room for new fills me with excitement.

8. emilyclineart - October 15, 2012

So beautiful. So much depth. Thank you for sharing.

9. kathryn - October 15, 2012

we’re always on to the next thing!!

your art goes so well with your words…love just looking at the intricacy of your beautiful images!! seeing so much in them!

10. Nicole - October 15, 2012

Vague concepts leave a lot of room for personal interpretation- like your art. Love it!

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