“A Conversation With God”
Cookie – you know we’ve talked before about “dark” art and how significant it is. It’s important that art speak with your voice and this really does…I see a great deal of light and hope in this too!
Thank you, Lianne. Yes the discussion of dark art came up several times between us. This is how I am feeling. This is how the experience has been. This is how it comes from my heart, head, and onto the canvas. Thank you for encouraging me to be true to myself and for all your support and love. I am truly grateful.
Beautiful Cookie! ❤
Thank you Debbie.
Hello Carol, As with so many of your pieces, I have revisited this one several times. I love to ponder your art. It’s wonderful to see how I might view it in a new way each time. I love to consider what I see and what, perhaps, you were seeing. As always, I look forward to your next piece. Have a blessed day, my dear friend!
Hello Jesse, Thank you for coming back to my blog to see my newest works. What do you see in this particular piece?
Always a pleasure Carol! I always enjoy your work, I feel a strong connection. It is never something to visit for a brief time it seems I always absorb it in layers. Often seeing it differently than at first. Drawing from your title, I first saw darkness and desperation. In the search for direction, I saw confliction with “the conversation”, and detachment from God! Then, as I focus on the individual representation in the foreground, I see the light of hope. Surrounded by love even with the absence of his voice. Hope lives!
I did see it but didn’t pick up on the fact it’s a crucifix. It’s awesome how your art speaks so strong, and yet sometimes so differently to people. I love your work, I’m a big fan! I have your work as my wallpaper on my computer. I change it up at times, but I usually have one of your works up…
Nice to hear from you. Hope you are doing well.
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