Subject Tags: mountainscape
Size: 36"W x 24"H x 1"D
Year Created: 2017
This painting talks about the choice we have in life. At some point there comes a time when you need to have complete faith in your ability to fly over the abyss. The wood has rotten away but the supports of the bridge are still there. None it is up to you to let go of the old ways and go to your new life.
Sally Eckert lives with her family in the beautiful mountains of Boulder Colorado since 1992, after moving from New York City. Sally has her B.F.A from Parson’s School of Design in Environmental Design and has furthered her studies in Europe, learning the Dutch Master egg tempera technique, with the Fantastic Realists Masters. She works and hosts show, at her “Art Space ” in North Boulder,as well as in Denver. Her mural work has been featured on Channel 9 news as well as in homes and commercial locations. She has won her first public mural competition for Boulder Housing Partners, funded by the Boulder Art Commission in 2014. She created a 32 ft. high piece for the building. Sally has owned her own business since 1992, painting furniture, murals, visionary paintings and commissioned works. Sally believes that art should have an impact and a story. It should not only be beautiful but really capture the essence of the ideas behind the painting. Sally works to achieve the goal of an incredible piece, valued and enjoyed for a lifetime. She believes that art holds a message in time and space, because of this art is a magical and alchemical process.