“Forest Feathers” takes two natural subjects that don’t seem to go together and considers their connection with the idea of grace. Just like the ferns, grace softens my life. The growth of these feathery plants are often the first indicators of life and growth in a charred and devastated landscape. Grace is like that as well. It shines brightest in bleak circumstances. Grace also provides me with a freedom that can’t be found in revenge, resentment, performance or perfection. It frees me to fly just like the wings of a bird. Living life without regret and filled with love that can overflow and soften the paths of fellow travelers. Ferns on the forest floor at our feet and birds that soar and fill the sky. Reminders of grace surround us and whisper of a love deeper than we can imagine.
Original Mixed Media Painting by Amelia Furman
- Painting measures 24 x 24 x 1 1/2 inches.
- Paper collage & oil paint on cradled panel.
- Painting edges are finished with collage elements.
- Ready to hang.
- Amelia lives in Loveland, Colorado.
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