|"Reclaiming the Night, " 5 x 7 watercolor, acrylic on 140 lb cold press paper|
Today’s painting “Reclaiming the Night" watercolor and acrylic, soon at In Your Eye Studio and Gallery in Paseo Arts District for members' black and white January show.
Inspired by Chickasaw elder and Episcopal priest Steven Charleston's daily devotional.:
“Like a silhouette against the sun I see you standing on the horizon, looking out into the shadowy expanse of time, arms outstretched as if in prayer or greeting. How long you have stood there I do not know, but I imagine it has been for a very long time, so deep is the desire of your heart, the longing for an answer to your appeal. Who are you waiting for? What are you waiting for? Only the Spirit knows. All I understand is that you will still be there when the moon reclaims the night, for I will be standing beside you.”
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