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"Separation of Thought and Thinker" Original Art | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Julie Pelaez Studios
"Separation of Thought and Thinker" Original Art | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Julie Pelaez Studios
"Separation of Thought and Thinker" Original Art | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Julie Pelaez Studios

Created and Sold by Julie Pelaez Studios

Julie Pelaez Studios

"Separation of Thought and Thinker" Original Art - Paintings

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Part of the mindfulness-inspired "Constructs of the Mind" Collection, this piece was inspired by a venture into meditation. The example given by Dan Harris and Joseph Goldstein in the app "Ten Percent Happier" likens our steady stream of thoughts to the flow of a waterfall. The goal of meditation is to be the observer of our thoughts - as if we were standing behind the waterfall, witnessing it. This visual spoke to me and was one that helped me to consciously distance myself from my thoughts in and outside of mediation.
Diptych, each panel 24" x 48", extending to 53"H. Ink, acrylic, Illustration board, hand spun yarn. Edges in lilac.

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Item "Separation of Thought and Thinker" Original Art
As seen in Private Residence, Austin, TX
Julie Pelaez Studios
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
Abstract Artist with a passion for color

Julie’s practice includes exhibitions, commissions, wallpaper design, corporate installations with Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, United Heritage Credit Union, and Kendra Scott, as well as print collaborations with national retailers such as Wexel Art, Four Hands Art Studio, Perigold and HomeGoods. She has participated in dozens of exhibitions from coast to coast and recently opened a dedicated gallery showroom in Canopy, an arts hub in Austin. She received her BFA from The University of Delaware in 2000 and spent a decade as an Advertising Art Director, followed by a break for motherhood before becoming a full-time artist in 2017. Julie passionately soaks up life and squeezes out color from her home studio in Austin where she lives with her husband and 2 sons.