"A very special person has moved to a new apartment. All was new and beautiful. I wanted to create something for his home, something masculine but beautiful. I usually don’t use brown, haven’t used much gray... It is challenging for me to think of someone else’s taste and color preferences. I started with more square shapes, I didn’t like the way it was going. Somehow this shape took over and it was flowing. When I looked from far, I got scared from the black figures, they looked evil to me. So I was trying to soften them and make them just beautiful. He loves cactuses and the painting started looking like one, so I finished it like that. Funny It doesn’t match at all his apartment style or colors of the home. So I kept it."
- Aneliya Kostova

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Prayers Riding the Thermals - ArtLifting
Artwork: Prayers Riding the Thermals by Cheryl Kinderknecht, Temple by Jeff Diener