"I found this huge part of a street foam poster in the building's basement. Very happy about my treasure, I opened my best paint from Home Depot. Being in that store so often, I had some discoveries like sometimes people order paint but don't pick it up. It is left to be sold for almost nothing! Excellent quality paint, not much selection of colors but very interesting ones. In my head I had that pink and grey geometrical project , wanted to be simple. I imagined a spacious airy home with light colors. I can say this is my favorite style. It gives me sense of organisation and it comes easy to me. I did paint my mom's balcony with symmetrical figures when I was 8, I have to ask her if she painted over it. I haven't been home 14 years ...."
- Aneliya Kostova

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