Completed in 2006
4" x 4"
Acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas
The words read: There is still a chance.
(Enlarged to show details)
know, I always have a soft-spot for the gray paintings. Which
are never just gray, they always have layers of subtle hues.
But I am a sucker for these gentle paintings. Especially this
little treat. The colors flow like a soothing fountain.
And that delicate sweet dove rises eternally. Reminding me to
look towards the opportunities ahead and let go of my
The words in this painting read: There is still a chance.
How Overcoming was created... I used everything but the kitchen sink for this piece. I have been working on Overcoming off-and-on for a couple of weeks and that gave me the opportunity to use several texturing products and a variety of painting techniques as well. This is a richly layered little piece. Filled with surprises.
(The staple-free sides have been painted so you can display your new artwork unframed. This is a digital photo, the scans above are more accurate.)
Overcoming was painted on a small 4" x 4" gallery-wrapped canvas with staple-free sides. This piece would look wonderful displayed unframed directly on the wall or on a small stand or easel. Or it can be easily and affordably framed as it required no matting or glass.
There is still a chance.
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