5 Artworks

The author of Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness, Ingrid Fetell Lee, shares a special collection, curated according to the 10 aesthetics of joy from her new book.

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Sweeping the Skies by Gail Tarantino
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25 49'45.9"N 77 54'49.5"W (Tender) by Anna Beeke
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Cara Roja by Rachel Levit Ruiz
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Soft Fuzz by Angel Oloshove
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Untitled 8 by Ashely Peifer

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