Meseums around the world have been sharing their favorite “Zen Art”. Now, the hashtag #MuseumMomentOfZen is going viral on Twitter

Museums around the word have been forced to closed in the wake of the global pandemic cused by COVID-19.

But they’re not allowing the bad news to stop them from sharing their passion. And so, they have taken to Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #MuseumMomenOf Zen to share their favorite Zen artworks.

The #MuseumMomentOfZen hashtag was started by the Museum of the City of New York. They’ve been using the hashtag to share zen artwork in order to give people on social media some relaxation and inspiration.

More than 75 museums around the world have used the hashtag to share everything from relaxing classical paintings to archietectur and more.

#MuseumMomentOfZen was started by art museums. But many other museums have subsequently joined in. Now, natural history museums, as well as science and nature museums, are all using the same hashtag to share Zen art.

If you’re looking for something to do and something to help you relax, take a look at these beautiful Zen artworks.


The Best Zen Artworks #MuseumMomentOfZen


John Ruskin’s 1874 watercolor “A Twig of Peach Bloom”

zen artwork of a flower
John Ruskin’s 1874 watercolor “A Twig of Peach Bloom” is as lovely and springy of an image as we could hope to see on the first day of spring



Vogel’s pit viper

Close up, the Vogel's pit viper has vivid scales that almost look like feathers.
Close up, the Vogel’s pit viper has vivid scales that almost look like feathers.




Jupiter’s Atmosphere

Wondrous, striking, and very swirly—#Jupiter's atmosphere is a sight to behold.
Wondrous, striking, and very swirly—#Jupiter’s atmosphere is a sight to behold.



The Artist’s Toolbox And Moss Roses

the artists paintbox and moss roses
Édouard Vuillard’s “The Artist’s Paint Box and Moss Roses” from 1898.


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Written by Paul Harrison

Paul Harrison is a qualified meditation teacher and writer with more than 15 years experience in meditation and mindfulness. He studied meditation in Oxford, UK, and Hamilton Ontario Canada, and earned his degree at Staffordshire University. Paul has helped thousands of people to discover their true potential through mindfulness, yoga and meditation.

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