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Happy Mercury retrograde season litebeings! This is the first one of the new decade and it happens to coincide with Mars moving into Capricorn. Mercury in Pisces screams art to me and Mars is exalted in the sign of tenacious, go-getting, ambitious Capricorn so I have chosen Georges Seurat, artiste exalted to infinity. This is not really an astrology post, merely an excuse to showcase awesome art. We have not done this for quite some time, so when the muse knocked on my door, I opened it cheerfully! Some readers know Seurat is a favorite of mine. Tonight I am featuring a few landscapes, most of which are less famous but beguiling just the same.

Pointillism is a technique that promotes universality and inclusion. Each dot is unique and precious, contributing to the mystery of all that is.

images courtesy of wikiart.org public domain

19 comments on “Art is My Medicine ~ Mercury Retrograde Mars in Capricorn Edition

  1. Nice to meet you, Linda. Art is healing medicine. There were many times pictures, music or even drawing expresses what words can not. This is one of the many reasons I love teaching expressive art therapy. Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures. Blessings, Lisa

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Lisa,
      Nice to meet you also. I agree that art often fills a void left by other means of communication. I flirted with the idea of being an art therapist and would imagine your work is very fulfilling. Thanks for visiting and commenting.

      blessings, Linda

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      1. You are welcome!
        I love using creativity and psychology together.

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  2. I always love your gallery of art… lightening the world with the glow of pointillism… interesting way of painting, I can imagine quite therapeutic. Wishing you happy days❤️ Love Barbara x

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thanks Barbara for the appreciation for my art posts. Pointillism looks like a very challenging technique but produces such exquisite results.

      blessings to you, Linda ❤

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  3. Yes… I do enjoy! And Yes to Art and Mercury in Pisces… this retrograde has been especially impacting me in all sorts of ways artistic and beyond.

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thanks for your enthusiasm for Art and this transit. I have enjoyed the artistic projects you have shared with us on your site. You are an inspiration to me in so many ways.

      love, Linda

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      1. Thank you so much, Linda! I’m so pleased that I am inspiring for you 💗

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  4. alohaleya says:

    Oh I have always loved Pointilism. And wow, I was wondering if it was MR as communication as been so wonky this past week. Happy 2020 Linda. ❤ Aleya

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    1. litebeing says:

      Hi Aleya, Happy 2020 to you too! I think MR is in full swing. Happy you enjoyed the Seurat and even happier to see you back online ❤

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  5. Cindy says:

    I am so glad that I waited to read this! Tonight I spent a long time with an old family friend I have reconnected with in the last week. He is a Cancer sun, Capricorn moon, Virgo rising and a brilliant artist! This new moon energy has his head in a spin. Loved reading this and seeing the beauty of our world through Seurat’s eyes! You take care, Linda! ❤ ~C

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thanks Cindy for your reactions to this transit. I can take in Seurat and see more magic in different ways each time.

      take care, Linda

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      1. Cindy says:

        And isn’t that the true mark of a great artist? ❤

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  6. Just beautiful art shares Linda… Art is Medicine… for sure… Just like Nature.. And one can see the love of nature here in every brush stroke..
    Many thanks for sharing…. I lingered long over them.. 🙂

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thanks Sue for your heartfelt comments, I really can feel the love behind the words.

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      1. You are most welcome… ❤ Love and Hugs

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  7. Eliza Ayres says:

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.

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  8. yogaleigh says:

    I like him too. Nice collection

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thanks Leigh, glad you enjoyed this selection.

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