The last week of August. It is the most sentimental days of summertime for many of us. It is the end of summer break for kids. College cities are reviving with the returning students. The parents are busy with the last-minute back-to-school shopping. It is the week, everyone has the flashbacks of the season and cherish the last remaining moments. What was your favorite part? Was it a poolside party, or “stay-home, stay-safe” hangouts, or the countryside getaway? You can look back in those times with the artworks that I introduced on part 1 of the series from here.
Would you prefer the beach or the mountains? It seems to be a harmless yet divisive question to ask. Growing up between both so close together, and spending years in Vancouver, Canada, where boasts the unmatched view of mountain ridges and complexed inlet, I never can know which I should choose if I must. On TRiCERA, though, our artists’ favorite motif for the season looks like the ocean and beach. I’d also like to show off some fascinating summertime Abstract paintings that I found through my flashback-scroll-down in addition to this popular theme.
You feel sunburned staying too long at a beach? Let’s change the scenery!
This is the finale of our summertime artwork collection for this year. These works speak for themselves, and on behalf of us, TRiCERA. And we hope you found a piece that reminds you of this sweet feeling, “I would give anything for one more summer with you,” throughout a year.
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