Father’s Day: Be the Wind of Change

Three Worlds One Vision

Wind Moving Clothing by Bannon FuUntitled Painting of Wind Moving Clothing – Watercolor by Bannon Fu
California – USA
Photo Credit: Bannon Fu

Why is it that some paintings grab our attention more than others? This was just a painting of clothes blowing in the wind, similar to the one in the above photo by the same artist. The artist chose female dress wear, of colorful and diverse shapes, as his subject. In a world of washing machines and clothes dryers, it seems a lifetime ago since I hung laundry on a line to dry.

“It’s beautiful,” I told the woman seated at the table in the booth at the Affair of the Arts 2014 held in Culver City during the weekend of June 7 & 8.

She rose to join me, standing in front of the largest painting in the collection on display. “It’s my father’s work,” she said. “It’s all about the wind.”

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  • Ron. Persaud  On June 18, 2014 at 11:14 pm

    An American designer took the traditional dress of the women of India; and that of the men of Indonesia and created a new look.
    Guess what he named it.
    Answer: “Sari-Sarong number”.
    Aww!
    Laugh!
    It is good for you.

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