“This is something I like to do at home, or as a way of resting my eyes between museum exhibits. (Occasionally someone will come up next to me and wonder what I’m looking at, which is part of the fun.) Look out the nearest window as if it’s a painting or photo of a landscape or cityscape. What colors and patterns do you see? If you were a painter or photographer, how would you choose to represent this image? How does the image change when you move slightly forward and backward or take half a step to the right or left?” Elizabeth McAvoy
Today, you can just find different windows to look through as if they were work of art. You could extend the practice by taking a lovely photo after contemplating your ‘work of art’ for a while.