Thursday, November 5, 2009

Peace and Conflict

This was one of my entries for the "Peace & Conflict" show at the Coast Collective . It starts tomorrow and runs until November 15.

We were encouraged for Remembrance Day to interpret peace & conflict in any form. I chose the painting I had done last April, as something that represents my faith. A faith which can leave me at times internally conflicted but also has given me peace.

7" x 14" mixed water media on 300lb arches paper
$150. includes frame


♥yeeling♥ said...

passing by^^

It's nice^^

Keep updating your blog with your adorable painting^^eyou520

Sandeep said...

Amazing Painting... Faith shall never leave you till you leave Faith.. Just landed over to your blog by clicking the "Next Blog " Button

Olive Tree Guitar Ensemble said...

Hi, it's a very great blog.
I could tell how much efforts you've taken on it.
Keep doing!

Tom Bailey said...

This is a very interesting statue.

David said...

What does the price tag for this one say? My wife is interested.

Artlady said...

Hi, I'm passing by and love what I see. I love your use of color and simplicity of design. The monotypes are really great. I've never tried them and now I'm inspired to give it a go. I'd love for you to check out my blog sometime and give me your opinion. Thanks

KARTHIK said...

Loved it!
esp. da use of colors
Fab work!

Freedom Achiever said...


Just happen to see your blog. Well done. Keep up the good job.

Patricia D Arndt said...

Thanks for the interest and comments, it's encouraging.


Smita Tewari said...

Unique use of colours! You'll create a masterpiece one day!

Ellie said...

That's pretty cool :)

Kiwi said...

I can't say enything more