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For good Feng Shui and for a happier outlook on life you want to only have art that uplifts you such as the photograph of a clear waterfall at the beginning of this article with its strong greens and blues. It is alive and its energetic a great piece for home or office. When you walk into your kitchen or your den take a look at the art you have hanging. Again does it make your heart sings when you see it or come close at least If it makes you feel a little melancholy or sad you might consider replacing it with something that makes you smile when you look at it. Scientists have discovered that when a person smiles or looks at something that makes them feel good certain chemicals are released which strengthen the immune system. In other words peaceful joyous and happy art is healthy The French have created some of the worlds greatest artists. Many of The Impressionists of the late 1800s early 1900s have given us happy colors and subjects to brighten any house. Some of their art can brighten a home forever like Van Goghs Sunflowers or Renoirs paintings of children and his friends. See his Luncheon of the Boating Party below. It can bring energetic happy energy to a home. Fortunately reproductions of these paintings are easily available on the internet. These all bring good energy to any environment Some people have been able to get raise their spirits and mood to a more positive one by simply changing the art in their house. This is probably a good time to say that you donthavetobewealthytohavegreatartinyour house Pier 1 Hobby Lobby and Kirklands all have wonderful posters you might like. And there are also poster companies on the internet such as where you can buy beautiful uplifting art. You may also contact any of the artists mentioned in this article. Make your house alive with joy and according to many sages blessings are soon to follow. Luncheon of the Boating Party by Auguste Renoir French Impressionist Painter1882 Roadside Garden II by Ted Cowart Gail Reaben graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a B.A. in Art. She also attended art school in Jamaica The Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the Glassell School of Art. Reaben is a award winning documentary filmmaker award winning artist and photographer published writer of mystical phenomenon and feng shui consultant specializing in art placement and purchase. Her new documentary film Tick Tock Clock will be screened at film festivals this year. Contact info www.flipmagazine.netFebruary2016 21