Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur

You’ve felt like this, right?  Especially on a Monday.  Especially after a holiday weekend. Dates.  Schedules.  Appointments. So much to do.  So little time.  Work, family, fun.  And what day is today anyway?  Life’s a blur.  Right?

Just One of Those Days by Cheryl Burchett, Educator at Beaumont Elementary, Knox County Schools.  Charcoal and pastel on collage.

Just One of Those Days by Cheryl Burchett, Educator at Beaumont Elementary, Knox County Schools. Charcoal and pastel on collage.

Art Source 2015: A Knox County Art Educators Exhibition

A Dogwood Arts Festival event at the UT Downtown Gallery, 106 S. Gay Street, Knoxville, TN 379o2; web.utk.edu/~downtown/

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13 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur

  1. Mabel Kwong says:

    Brilliant photo for this week’s challenge. Like the look on the portrait’s face, life is indeed overwhelming and confusing almost all of the time. It’s almost the weekend, I am so glad 😀

  2. yprior1 says:

    that is one cool art piece – LOVE it – and nice take on the blur

    • Thanks for the compliments! It just hit me as I saw this lady painted on a calendar page that life can be a bit blurry at times! Happy Spring!

      • prior says:

        so true… so true… and I was just watching reruns of Doogie Howse, MD (don’t ask… well I had to review a couple for a project) – anyhow, one of the episodes was talking about the healthy and natural ambiguity that comes with pondering certain moral dilemmas or ethical issues – and your post reminded me of that – times of that blur in life can be natural and a part of healthy decision making and doing life…
        and that image is still to interesting the more I see it – 🙂

  3. Life can be a blur, no doubt about it. 🙂 Focus, Curt.

    • Thanks for the compliment! I love seeing what I can configure to go along with these challenges. Sometimes I have a photo that works. Other times, not so much. This one just popped up this weekend, so it worked!

  4. Beautiful piece of artwork. Waiting for one that can claim you as the artiste! :))

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