24″ x 18″
Finished sides, needs no frame, ready to hang
Is on the web site now available in painting gallery two
Here are the quotes that brought this work along:
Quote in title:John Naisbit
“We so easily forget that we came into life with nothing. Whatever we get soon seems our natural right, not a gift. And we forget the giver. Then our gaze shifts from what we have been given to what we don’t have yet. . . .”
~Henry B. Eyring (1933 – )
“One and one make two” assumes that the changes in the shift of circumstance are unimportant. But it is impossible for us to analyze this notion of unimportant change.
~Alfred Whitehead (1861 – 1947)
While spending all my internal thinking time about the nature and reality of my current life and the
world that seems to be crashing down around my ears…again, I have found a sort of peaceful
anxiety or pressure inside my creative world. It seems that if I am so preoccupied with the crazy
world outside my studio door, the easier it is for me to completely give myself over to moments of
addictive creation. This work happened by it’s self. I needed to sort the conflicting drama of what
we have to do too survive the coming year into something tangible. I found that I don’t fear the
weathering of storms and much as I dread the loss of convenience, I know I can get through and
past that “base” human selfish, addicted thinking. Difficulty first battles in the mind, then on the
field of reality. Even the chaotic can be strangely beautiful.
I really like this work. I discovered something new about my fears, running towards them makes my
life bigger, not smaller. I learned something new and I want some more…please.
Hope everyone is having a pleasent weekend.
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