In the hill country of Texas sits a beautiful sculpture by artist Roger Feldman called Threshold and it is truly one of my favorites.
Planted on an open, small rise of wild grass and looking like it grew out of the ground all on its own, Threshold catches my breath every time it comes into view.
The circular spaces are simply beautiful, with a big Texas sky for a roof and glowing walls of limestone.
Without any prompt there is a reflective quiet inside this space, a desire to pause, sit and exhale.
It's a place of immediate heart rest for me, and most likely something different for the next person! Such is the beauty of art, and in particular the kind of art you can step inside of, touch and be enveloped by.
We did take a curious little chap to visit this time, so the sitting was a little less still, but lovely and inspiring all the same.