Leaving Winter Sunset Tree (study) is a created with strokes that are the letters from the words of Genesis 1-2:7. This work is a part of two of my series, fitting into both Genesis Sunsets and Trees of Life.
It is late winter here. The early blooming jonquils are pushing their heads up above the dirt and here and there, what is left of the snow from the major winter storms.
Personally, it has been a long winter here in the country, with many days of being “snowed in” due to unsafe roads.
From my studio I can see sunsets all winter long because the hedges and trees that hide them in other seasons lack leaves. Although some days the sunsets are dramatic, but never quite as much as the ones when itis warmer. Somehow, even when cozy and warm indorses, from my window I can “see” the cold.
I began work on this small study a year ago, and then propped it up where I could see it, staring at it every day for a year, debating various solutions to what I sensed was the problem(s). This week, I finally figured out a way to show that cold and completed the study.A larger version will follow from what I have now learned.
Leaving Winter Sunset Tree by Judy Rey Wasserman
2013, acrylic, ink and watercolor pencils on paper, Strokes: Genesis 1-2:7
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Judy Rey Wasserman is an artist and the founder of Post Conceptual Art theory and also the branch known as UnGraven Image Art at ungravenimage.com.
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