Mixed media on 20"W x 22"H 156lb. Arches watercolor paper
Ready to frame
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The title that was chosen for this painting by my husband, is close to my heart. Unknowingly, he had been working on it while I was busy creating. When he defined it for me, as a strong fondness...i thought 'it's absolutely perfect' , as if he had known what I was thinking about while painting, but knew he couldn't have.
This time, a creative block was broken by returning to my first love and reason for painting/creating. I had been procrastinating, much, much. I was gently reminded that i have been given a gift and it is time to get back to work. Faith is worked out in action. My part is to do the work and to trust God for the rest.
I was also reminded of a verse that I have stuck on my bulletin board, pinned there back in 2008 when I began this new path. It reads, "Do not despise these small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin, to see the plumb line in Zerubabel's hand." Zechariah 4:10
Returning to the studio to paint this time was more of an act of obedience. Not really because I wanted to, but because I needed to. This painting is a visual expression of the closeness that I felt in connecting and being a part of His creative process. God is love. It truly is a gift of which I am very thankful for.
The beauty is not always in the end product, but in the process as well.
Ardor...the perfect title for expressions of His love.
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Contemporary Abstract Artist