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Painting: Acrylic, Oil on Canvas.
J O Y . S O R R O W
P R A I S E . L A M E N T
To grieve is to learn healing, which leads to contentment. To mourn is to accept loss, which is to know what it is to rejoice again. The sooner we acknowledge the expanse of light waiting for us after the darkness, the sooner we can celebrate a full life well lived.
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I once experienced a loss that almost broke my spirit. The most poignant of wisdoms I received was to live and breathe into the grieving as I needed, and to live and breathe into laughter anytime I could find it. It was an arduous process that formed a strength and resilience in me that I continue to lean into and learn from.
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*All paintings are created with multiple layers of acrylic paint and oil pen lines.
*The edges are left exposed (the original white gesso/exposed wood), often with some rogue paint spilling over- color and type depend on the painting.
*Paintings vary in translucencies and opacities. Some areas may be heavily painted, while others are left loose and light intentionally. In some cases, areas are left unpainted to add texture to the painting, and in others lines are covered over with paint to create a cloudy effect.
*For long term preservation, paintings are recommended to be framed, stabilizing and securing the painting from warp or other structural damage.
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