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Collecting clear blue skies for a cloudy day, but try bottling up the sunlight.

Year: 2019
Medium: Oil on canvas
Size: H182 x W220 cm
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In experiencing heaven, two perfect wholes merge, connecting to a sense of oneness. In this awareness, there is no part where I end and you begin. We are one.

This world is all encompassing; it has no opposites. There is neither a beginning nor an end; day is night, and darkness is merely the absence of light. Anything that is being broken is already being fixed; everything recalibrates itself back to a space of limitless potential.

We experience an awareness of this oneness when we transcend beyond the crashing waves of daily life, into a space of complete surrender.

The only thing that does end is the illusion of life on the physical plane that surrounds it.

Wooden ornaments react to the flurry of activity, possibly even authors to their own tales. Though lifeless in a traditional sense, they are separate from the aliveness that surrounds them. A flock of satin bower birds in an attempt to attract a mate, piece together an illusion of blue skies over a body of peaceful waters.

It’s easy to get lost in what’s real and what isn’t. The distraction of life’s illusion sometimes disconnects us from an inner stillness uncontaminated by thought. And in that space of stillness, those experiences become the freedom of pure consciousness.

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    Year: 2019
    Medium: Oil on canvas
    Size: H182 x W220 cm
    Contact gallery for price

     

    In experiencing heaven, two perfect wholes merge, connecting to a sense of oneness. In this awareness, there is no part where I end and you begin. We are one.

    This world is all encompassing; it has no opposites. There is neither a beginning nor an end; day is night, and darkness is merely the absence of light. Anything that is being broken is already being fixed; everything recalibrates itself back to a space of limitless potential.

    We experience an awareness of this oneness when we transcend beyond the crashing waves of daily life, into a space of complete surrender.

    The only thing that does end is the illusion of life on the physical plane that surrounds it.

    Wooden ornaments react to the flurry of activity, possibly even authors to their own tales. Though lifeless in a traditional sense, they are separate from the aliveness that surrounds them. A flock of satin bower birds in an attempt to attract a mate, piece together an illusion of blue skies over a body of peaceful waters.

    It’s easy to get lost in what’s real and what isn’t. The distraction of life’s illusion sometimes disconnects us from an inner stillness uncontaminated by thought. And in that space of stillness, those experiences become the freedom of pure consciousness.

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