(I could list them, but you're spared) the art of Hundertwasser certainly does it for me - perhaps not for you, I can see how some wouldn't think it "art". . . I was entranced by the work when I first came across it at a show in the late 80s, at the time I was an impoverished student so left with nothing but a few postcards; now I own a small book, a little like a single version of one of the below, which glitters from the bookshelf due to the green foil embossing on the cover. . .
. . .I think seeing the silver and gold foils used in the artworks was one of the reasons the paintings stuck such a chord with me, not that I was a magpie or liked shiny things - more that I'd never seen metallic foils used this way: even the post cards were blocked with foil. . . marvellousreproducing the works for a computer screen does create a certain dullness, without the glow of the metallic embossing the painting seem almost shadows, lacking their potency. . . but I still find them intriguing
I find the shapes and the patterns and the pallettes fascinating
I hope your day hasn't been dull
but that you've had moments which shined
and will glow upon reflection,
if you see what I mean