33 x 33 x 4.5 cm
Framed in Black Timber
Acrylic on Belgian Linen
Soul deep...that place deep within us that often implies darkness. I prefer to view 'soul deep' as a term for one who is a deep thinker, passionate advocate, empathetic soul, and usually, those characteristics become heightened in someone after they've been through great trial, trauma, grief, or suffering. I've found this to be true for me. These days when darkness threatens I choose to explore the depths of my soul for the strength that I've found in the past - to keep me persevering and to reassure me I've been here before and I can find that strength - that hope - again. Like night falling, so too do we, but morning is always coming, light will always appear, regardless of how dark it seems...and regardless of how deep we fall.
This dark moody seascape was painted as a cathartic release - I hope it resonates with you too, and that it will be an inspiring reminder that no matter how dark things appear, there is always hope...light...ahead.
NB: While every effort is made to capture the true colours and details of my artwork, every screen is different and art viewed online does not do my work justice. Slight differences may be evident between a screen image and the true tone of my work which is more vivid and beautiful in reality. Scale may also be slightly off due to the insitu art app used, so please ensure you measure your space. Thank you!