be (all) part of life's rich tapestry

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be (all) part of life's rich tapestry

A phrase that encourages acceptance of the unenjoyable things that happen in life. Nobody likes dealing with car problems, but they're just part of life's rich tapestry, unfortunately. The tantrums of toddlerhood are all part of life's rich tapestry.
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His aspiration has finally been realised with Glasgow Museums' magnificent new catalogue, Tapestries from the Burrell Collection, by the respected tapestry scholars Elizabeth Cleland and Lorraine Karafel.
The tapestries exhibit will be on display through Jan.
Critique: A compelling and deftly crafted body of verse, "Tapestries of Life's Poetries" is one of those all to rare volumes of poetry that will linger in the mind and memory of the reader long after the book itself has been finished and set back upon the shelf.
As well as there being different styles of dorm tapestries to choose from, there are plenty of dorm room decorating opportunities with a dorm tapestry as part of a college dorm checklist.
More than 100,000 people have visited Sunderland Winter Museum and Winter Gardens since Perry unveiled his tapestries at the end of June.
Commissioned by the Portuguese king Afonso V to commemorate his recent conquests in North Africa and created by weavers in Flanders in about 1470, the Pastrana tapestries were nearly lost to neglect in recent decades.
In the late medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods, tapestries were among the most prestigious objects owned by the European elite, their cost surpassing that of sculptures or paintings.
Installed in the Palace of Westminster after being purchased by James I in 1616, the tapestries were destroyed in the Old Palace fire of 1834.
It marks the first time the tapestries and designs have gone on show together and something that the High Renaissance artist never witnessed himself.
Among the artists who have taken advantage of Flanders Tapestries' new technical procedure so far are Ed Ruscha, Chuck Close, and Craigie Horsfield.
He engaged skilled painters, including Karel van Mander and Hendrick Cornelis Vroom, to design complex tapestries, such as a series commemorating the British defeat of the Spanish Armada.
Henry and Cardinal Wolsey wrangled over the Royal divorce in palatial apartments which, if you looked closely were hung with beautiful tapestries.
I have seen some excellent 3D tapestries but nothing this ambitious or on this scale.
The intricacy of the work, the combining of varying textures, and the love of art drew his business, Artexture (www.artexture.com), in two creative directions: developing large wall tapestries that range in size from 3 feet by 4 feet to 18 feet by 40 feet and custom car mats, which he began in 1980 and have become the bread and butter of his business.
During the Middle Ages, tapestries were an exclusive art form that became more popular over time.