beautifully done series!
Thank you so much Christa!
A haunting image. I can almost hear the crow!!
Thank you, Susan…I wanted to create a sense of being in the ground looking upward as if it were me in that box. Everything closing in around you…a combination of tree limbs and roots…the darkness creeping over you. It scares me to have this in my head so I thought I’d get it out in the open for everyone to see.
Your images are always so profound Cookie – whether you are addressing some issue of social justice or your own personal loss and feelings, there is an element of sadness and an intimate connection to the human condition. You know – anyone can paint pretty pictures…I do it myself…but few have the courage to lay themselves out there in the open like this when the shadows are everywhere. And we all have them – we all fear the darkness – but you are brave enough to say so. Someone I love lost someone she loves last night – so this image speaks to my soul. You know I’ve loved your work for a very long time, my friend. Bravo. xox
Thank you, Lianne…I appreciate you taking the time to look at my work and commenting. I don’t think I am brave at all, but I don’t any other way to put my emotions into my art. It is scary to let people see what is in your head
and heart. My images are not what most want to have in their homes. It is definitely not decoration, but I think it is relatable in one way or another. I hope this series will inspire people and let them know it’s okay what they are feeling, and in the end it will be alright.
I like how open to interpretation your pieces are, yet at the same time one senses the intimacy. This one for example, could be a box as in a coffin. It could be a box as in a church where one can keep one’s spirituality, or a box, as in thinking outside of…
Thank you, Frederique…I like how you think.
This is beautiful!!!!!!!
Thank you, Wendy for taking the time to peek at my work and comment. I appreciate it.
The containment of the bird in the composition is lovely. Free, but not really. Another lovely piece.
Thank you, Erica
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