Tulip Chase


This artwork, titled “Tulip Chase,” appears to be somehow related to the piece “Collecting Happiness and Pink Poppies,” although the artist has not, at least to date, turned it into a collection. It seems to be another portrait to add to the album of memories of happy moments. Here, too, we can see a garden of giant flowers (in this case, tulips) where the young woman runs joyfully with a radiant expression, making us wonder if it’s a dream, a magical garden, or a symbol of how we feel smaller in the face of the wonders the world has to offer when we truly take the time to observe. Therefore, it seems appropriate to include the same description as the one provided for the referenced artwork since the underlying principles of its creation are the same: “The artwork aims to portray what happiness is: a collection of small, often simple, happy moments. Someone who truly is happy isn’t so because they always feel happy, but because they know how to find happiness in simple things and moments. They are aware that being happy is not a permanent state; it’s about collecting happy moments like in a memory album, of which this illustration seems to be a part, and giving them weight and greater importance than the antagonistic ones.”