everyday ordinary beauty surrounds us
Lovely, are these at the water front in Palma? Think I have seen them ;-)
Someone needs to interpret this one for me.
@Chrissy: the second one was at the waterfront, I think the top one was at the Miro Museum.@Andy: sorry, but it will not be me. I have no idea.
I think he's one of those artists who grows on you. :)
What a treat to see these; I love the work!
I like these a lot!
I'm impressed these murals remain in tact. Weather, time, and vandals can be such a challenge to tiled murals. I find him appealing even though I'm ignorant about his philosophy. The Miro Foundation in Barcelona is a wonderful experience that traces his artistic progression. Next trip? Thanks for contributing to Monday Mural.
Miro seems very big in Spain but I like Miro the least amongst Spain's many famous artists. But as you say, it is still interesting.
when I went to see his house/studio and museum, I was thinking I had wasted my money and time, but now I'm glad I saw it, even if I didn't enjoy it.
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