Remembrance Day

Burnt Embers, acrylic 24×36″.

To see more of my photos and art, visit my studio/gallery located in YESTERDAY, 333 Barton Street East, Hamilton, or check out my website

About the Optimism of Color Blog

Every Tuesday and Friday,  I’m posting a photo or piece of art that I’ve created that reflects what I call the Optimism of Color. Through vibrant colors and bold visceral forms, these works shout out my joy at being alive, and my good fortune at being able to continue to make art after a near death experience.

Each of the images I post brings a smile to my face. I hope they bring you similar joy and laughter through the Optimism of Color.

All photos © Linda Joyce Ott, 2014

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2 comments on “Remembrance Day”

  1. Pawns in the game are not victims of chance
    Strewn on the fields of Belgium and France
    Poppies for young men, death’s bitter trade
    All of those young lives betrayed

    Sting – excerpted from Children’s Crusade

  2. Maybe it’s the optimism of color that causes me to not really like black & white pictures and such. Hmmmmm.

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