Quotes from the Masters: Picasso
I’m creating a new category of posts that I am calling, “Quotes from the Masters.” Because of my proximity to Augusta, Georgia, I must add the disclaimer that it’s not about golf.
What it IS about is gleaning the best quotes I can find from European masters of literature, philosophy, theology, music, and the visual, performing, and culinary arts.
It will be up to you to “Bring It Home.”
Since I’ve been having so much fun with the blogging challenges, I’m offering this up as a blogging challenge as well, though it will be a soft challenge. Feel free to use the quote as an inspiration for your own post this week and interpret it as you like, using a photograph, a story, a reflection, a poem, a flower, a song, a recipe, a cup of tea –whatever! Please title this one, ”Quotes from the Masters: Picasso” and please add the link to this page on your post. I’d be delighted to see a link to your post on the comments section of this page, too.
I’ll plan to post a new quote each Saturday–but if I don’t, either I’m taking a break or my server is down. In other words, don’t set your clock by me!
Here you are, your inspiration for today:
“Everything you can imagine is real.” Pablo Picasso