July 2018 Rekindle Memories Gallery and Stories

July 2018 Rekindle Memories Gallery and Stories

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What an awesome July gallery! We have 13 artists participating from 10 countries around the world. I’m so thankful for this small group of wonderful artists whom I get to know through their art and stories. I’m inspired to witness their creative journey–learning by taking creative risks, using their imagination, infusing their artworks with their own personal styles and sharing milestones of their lives.

There’s so much richness in this hashtag #rekindlememories over at Instagram. Some artists still continue to post which lifts me up every time I visit. I encourage you all to check the # and leave some love and support. The details about the artists are listed after the gallery. Enjoy!


Rekindle Memories Artists

Carolyn; USA
Dominik; Germany
Fernando; Brazil
Janet; USA
June; USA
Kay; Philippines
Mel; New Zealand
Merry; Uruguay
Olivia; France
Smita; India
Valeriya; Russia
Yana; Brussels
Yoko; Philippines


Rekindle Memories will happen again on the 1st to 7th of August. This event is about treasuring each memory (past or present) by remembering and appreciating life in all its wonder and beauty through sketching and painting wherever we are in the world.

How it works

  1. Every first week of the month, create one (or as many!) sketches/paintings inspired by your life.
  2. Share your artworks and tag #rekindlememories. No social media? Email your artworks: lis@harmonythoughts.com
  3. If you know anyone who would like to take part on this art challenge, please invite them to join the fun! If you wish to be with other Rekindle Memories artists, please go here.

Note: Rekindle Memories FAQ, gallery and stories here.


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2 Responses

  1. Carolyn

    Another wonderful portfolio of art from the heart. I love reading the posts that the artists share about their piece. Art is a wonderful way to express “stuff” that is so hard to put into words. Thank you again for sharing this Elisa.

  2. Elisa Choi Ang

    Oh Thank you so much Carolyn! I so agree with you that art helps us express feelings/going ons in our lives. Sometimes there’s just no words.. but art. Appreciate your thoughts. Will miss you this Sept but praying and thinking of you. God bless. Hugs!

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