Silhouettes by the Sea ~ Images by Robert Sturman

Via elephant journal
on Dec 28, 2011
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The miracle of Creation is that it has the potential to become Art and last throughout the ages.

That’s the golden opportunity of the Artist.

It’s the essence of the responsibility — the willingness to thoroughly deepen the moment with

sincerity and presence.


“Beauty is a Light in the Heart.” ~ Kahlil Gibran


…And the greatest thing about creation is being able to ask the great question,

What’s next?


Follow Sturman’s creative flow on Facebook.

The Lovely Yogini Pictured:  Ashley Halley

Images Created December 27, 2011. Venice Beach


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3 Responses to “Silhouettes by the Sea ~ Images by Robert Sturman”

  1. Tanya Lee Markul says:


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  2. Hi Robert, these images are beautiful! I'm a fellow EJ contributor and my own mission as a writer is to spread beauty, light and positivity. Therefore, I have shared your post on my fan page:

    Thanks for sharing your beauty!

  3. Robert says:

    Love your work, Jeannie. I have just begun to follow you. Thank you for your honesty. Your artistry creates space for your audience to have a more thorough life experience without hiding. Loved the Christmas article so much.