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Size: 30"W x 30"H x 1.5"D
Year Created: 2014
I created this painting to feel a calming peace around me. Sometimes in life we can't see what is up ahead. It can feel like we are traveling through a forest and the path in front of us is blurry. We have to keep walking forward and hold onto hope. Learning to trust that as long as we keep walking, light will reveal our path. Even though at times we feel fear, we learn to see the glimmers of light and a calming sense of peace that something greater is guiding us and with us...that we do not travel onward alone. Learning to trust that there is indeed a light unto our paths.
Professional quality oil paints are used insuring that the color does not fade with exposure to sunlight. Painting will be signed dated on the back. This is a gallery wrapped canvas with a 1.5 inch profile, so you can hang it without framing it. Calming Peace is an original work of art and not a reproduction or print. FREE SHIPPING to continental US. Certificate of Authenticity included.
My name is Blue Bonnie Elisha Ellis. I am a Vango artist. Thank you for visiting my portfolio. Ellis is an American painter, she was born and raised in West Texas. She is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin. After graduation Ellis has lived and worked in New Mexico, Minnesota, and Los Angeles. Ellis studied and has taught fine art in her home state of Texas and continues to return to her roots for inspiration and to further her craft. “My process is incredibly organic. Each piece takes on a life of its own and embodies its own atmosphere. I use oil paint and multiple layers which makes every piece a practice of patience.”