Abstract & Symbolic

3454 – From Above

3754 – From Above Acrylic Skins on Canvas 24 x 24 inches, Unframed     COLLABORATION – Wendie Donabie, Janice Feist, Pat Whittle, Lynda Lynn This painting created with Acrylic skins was completed by four artists, each adding approximately one quarter of the artwork. I began with 4 hot air balloons on the canvas. The next artist promptly removed them, cut them into pieces and reapplied the bits to the canvas. After the canvas made the rounds of the four artists it came back to me for the final touches. Although my initial idea had been hot air balloons high above the earth, the final product reflected a view of earth from above and with the added...

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3749 – One Voice

3749 – One Voice Acrylic Skins on Canvas 16 x 20 inches, Framed           My goal in creating this painting with acrylic skins was to present an image of unity of all mankind. No matter your skin colour, we are all part of the human race – we are one. The piece developed a musical quality as it evolved and I loved the idea of all peoples singing together with one voice. It also loosely took on the shape of an Inukshuk, translated means in the image of humans. The Inuit have used these as directional markers as a way of  indicating where people lived.  I liked the idea of my painting being a signpost showing the direction to find all...

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3739 – Weaver of the Universe – Creation of Earth

3739 – Weaver of the Universe – Creation of Earth Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas 16 x 16  inches, unframed   With Weaver of the Universe, I wanted to convey the creation of the universe and in particular our planet, Earth, using the colours of water and earth as the primary hues. The process of weaving is complex with many elements (threads or fibres) arranged in a multitude of patterns and designs, just like our planet and by extension, the universe. Share and Enjoy...

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3573 – The Prodigal Returns

3573 – The Prodigal Returns Acrylic & Chinese Inks 19.5 x 15.5 inches, unframed SOLD From Wendie: “I find Jack Pines inspirational. Each one has a unique design & personality, just like people. I like to use them in ways to convey messages. In the painting I am portraying the Biblical parable of the The Prodigal Son. Here his family is greeting him as he returns stripped of everything worldly. The colour gold symbolizes wisdom, wealth; yellow symbolizes happiness. I use black on the trees to represent their strength.”   Share and Enjoy...

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