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Daily Helping for November 10th, 2022 – Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba

A photo of an art installation by Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba. There are dozens of blue cycles suspended in the air in a room with blue walls.

Okay, I know it’s been a while since my last post, but here’s the deal. The Daily Hart Year III was supposed to start on November 1st. And it did. I wrote the year’s first post. Published it and everything. And then The Daily Hart website subsequently crashed. It crashed so hard, it took my IT team a whole week to get it back up and running. That’s how badly I crashed it. Still not entirely sure how I did that, but I’m also not surprised that I did. I truly have zero technological skills. But my IT team is incredible and we’re back up and running. Which means Year III is officially a go!

Today’s daily helping is Japanese-Vietnamese artist Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba. I was drawn to his work through his underwater photography, but the photo above particularly caught my eye because of the colour. I think that is quite possibly my favourite shade of blue. Combine that with the overall whimsical feel of this image and it all just makes me smile. Love this one.

Thank you all for your patience. This year’s challenge was certainly off to a rocky start. But I’m confident there’s only good things ahead now. See you tomorrow!


Suggestions for artists I should check out? Please contact me with your ideas. I hope you enjoyed your daily helping of art!