Today, I drew a picture on the subject of human rights with the image of two white doves.
April seems to be the most beautiful month for tulips. Tulips planted all over the neighbor's yard stand in various colors, theme and shapes. Tulips bloomed beautifully this year in our house too. It has been a long time since I planted and raised tulips with such a strong motive. As I grow and look at tulips, it is astonishing how these delicate and beautiful flowers stand up to strong winds and rains. Even in the strong wind that the tent style green house next door was blown away, they greeted us every morning without any damage to their appearance. Tulips blooming one at a time at each root open their petals during the day and close them again when the sun goes down.
However, we are well aware that the joy of these tulips is short-lived. Next month the tulips will all be gone.
Painters are well aware that beauty is not eternal, and the beauty of nature also need a certain amount of time, and that it is one of those things that we meet again after a long wait after a long winter. That's why painters capture the beauty of nature and paint it hard.
Today, I drew a picture about human rights, leaving behind regrets about beauty that easily disappears. This is a topic of interest to my son at Boston University. I drew this to see if it would be helpful for my son's project.
Myungja Anna Koh