Psychedelic lake art and dreams of driftwood~~

Minimalist art

Cattail art

The lake dabbles in blue before adding some yellow leaves to her painting

Blue lake reflects blue sky while dreaming of driftwood

Wow~~far-out psychedelic lake art!

**Thank you for pausing to look at some of the paintings and photos and other artistic expressions the lake daily creates.  The lake wants to remind all of us humans that art exists everywhere.  We need only open our blue or green or hazel or black or brown eyes and notice the artistic creations which abound.**  Brought to you by the Council of Artistic Lakes

About Kathy

I live in the middle of the woods in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Next to Lake Superior's cold shores. I love to blog.
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25 Responses to Psychedelic lake art and dreams of driftwood~~

  1. Susan D says:

    Stunning!

  2. holessence says:

    Those yellow leaves are just singin’ to my heart today — thank you!

  3. Absolutely LOVE the cattail!
    The first one looks like snakes, all that’s missing is the snake charmer’s flute

  4. Karma says:

    Lake Superior is quite the artiste it seems!

  5. Barb says:

    The lake thanks you for immortalizing its transient art work! My favorite is the branch overhanging the water – perfect depiction of fall. Thinking of you…

  6. john says:

    Thank you! A never ending art gallery there for us to wander any time with an inexhaustible collection of fine art. What a wonderful new analogy.

  7. Marcie says:

    Such exquisitely beautiful reflections and light. Such peaceful..zen-like images. Wonderful!

  8. Dawn says:

    Last one looks like peacock feathers…love the sun through the water…love the driftwood…love the leaves on the blue background…love them all…

  9. ladyfi says:

    What gorgeous art – nature is the master! Lovely shots.

  10. Colleen says:

    Kathy, these are stunning, truly!

  11. kiwidutch says:

    ohhh, the cat-tails and the last photo with the light on the water… stunning!

  12. P.j. grath says:

    In that first shot, the emerging branches, their reflections and the leaves on the water all seem to be floating in the reflected sky! Magic!

  13. Claire says:

    Nature really is 100% classy. These are so cool. Thank for posting them and sharing. 🙂

  14. jeffstroud says:

    Kathy,

    Thank you for seeing… allowing nature to express her self through your perspective and camera. Beautifully done!

  15. Sybil says:

    Kathy, I love the reflections. I find these photos very calming. Even the last one.

  16. Carol says:

    Thank you to the Council of Artistic Lakes for sharing these works of art. All are lovely, but the last one speaks to me the most passionately.

  17. bearyweather says:

    Love the driftwood one. I go to the lake often for the same experiences … it always amazes me with creative reflections and light. Thanks for sharing your lakes art work.

  18. Kathy says:

    The Council of Artistic Lakes thanks you for your comments and supports. The council hopes that you appreciate art on a lake near you at your earliest convenience. 🙂

  19. Robin says:

    These are all so beautiful, Kathy. Thank you for sharing the lake with us. 🙂

  20. Kathy says:

    The Lake is so appreciative of all your comments. She is really quite amazed that so many people care. Thank you all…

  21. Brenda Hardie says:

    Beautiful!! ♥

  22. Kathy says:

    Thank you again. It is nice that the lake gives us her beautiful art day in and day out…

  23. gzimmerman says:

    thanks for the nice pix. it is amazing what one can see when one takes the time to look and see and especially nice for others to share what they have seen. we are fortunate to live in a truly special place. (i also liked the most recent post about creative urges springing up and being able to say ‘wait, not quite time yet…’)

  24. Kathy says:

    Thanks for stopping by the lake (and this blog) gzimmerman. We are fortunate to live in a truly special place. I so appreciate you taking time to read and comment!

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