This music art painting is a beautiful reminder that we all have a purpose in life, and we must not let it go unfulfilled. This profound phrase “Don’t die with the music still in you” speaks of our deepest fears and regrets. It tells us to live our lives passionately, follow our dreams, and be guided by our higher selves.
The surreal image of a female playing the violin speaks to the idea that we all have a unique talent, a special music inside us that must be shared with the world. But all too often, we let fear and doubt hold us back. We play it safe, we keep our music hidden, and we never take the risk of sharing it with others.
But living on purpose means dancing to the beat of your own drums. It means listening to your inner voice, following your heart, trusting your intuition, and allowing yourself to enjoy every step of your journey. It means being true to yourself and never letting your imagination die. You must believe in your vision, and only then can you bring that music that is uniquely yours.
The journey of life is about discovering our potential and believing that we can achieve what you set out to. We must identify our talents, embrace them, and share them with others. Only then we can truly live our lives on purpose, without regrets that give us the strength to overcome any obstacle.
I hope this painting inspires you to follow your dreams, to be true to yourself, and to never let your music die. All of us have been born with enormous potential and we must identify our unique talents to bring them out.
It will bring a sense of joy, inspiration, and purpose to your daily life, and will serve as a constant reminder of the beauty and power of music, creativity, and self-discovery.
Shipping and Handling
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Painting will be shipped within 5-7 business days
If you are simply unhappy with your painting, you may return it within 7 business days from the date of delivery. You must package the painting in exactly the same fashion as it was when it arrived to you. I will email you my mailing address to return the painting.
Return shipping fees and shipping charges, are the customer’s responsibility.
Once I have the painting in perfect condition, we can proceed with a refund (minus shipping charges) or with choosing a new piece (of equal or lesser value).
Commissioned original artworks are made-to-order and therefore not eligible for returns or exchanges.
Returns will not be accepted for any artwork that has been stretched, cropped, or altered in any capacity after purchase.