Inspiring Vision: All the Flowers Are for Me

Illuminated Cube

I took this photo over Father's Day weekend during a long overdue trip to the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. It is a truly amazing art installation because the entire room, including the people who enter it, becomes part of the canvas. Anila Quayyum Agha, a Pakistani-American cross-disciplinary artist, created this sculptural chamber of light and shadow that she called, All the Flowers Are for Me. This luminous installation provides an opportunity to contemplate the differences and commonalities that shape our lives and relationships. It is truly spectacular to see in person.

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