acrylic on canvas

staring down the blade of a mighty warrior.

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god, angel, sword, michael

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  • adgray
    adgrayover 4 years ago

    I see the face of time this way!
    Very Clever! ♥

  • the face of time, i like that, that’ll do it nicely – thankyou

    – Matthew Scotland

  • MarjorieB
    MarjorieBover 4 years ago

    Curious how well it pairs with the “Babylon” work. Twins? :-D

  • hey marjorie, yes it pairs a treat, a ninety degree turn and we have a twin : )

    – Matthew Scotland

  • rightasrain
    rightasrainover 4 years ago

    Isn’t it on its side? great colours 1

  • thanks hillie, yes thats it, horizontal to vertical adventures

    – Matthew Scotland

  • Schweppes
    Schweppesover 4 years ago

    Obviously ( okay i didnt see the face lol ) the same painting as The Last Days of The Vatican… sorry i meant Babylon. Again you have portrayed the spirit of the distant yonder and the turmoil of the flesh cast in the handiwork of a boat of human design trying to navigate the unreachable waves of the horizon of an unknowable God. You can abuse the carnal knowledge of man to dress the maiden voyage with praises on high, but the approaching fidelity of the spiritual rock will leave you bare, shattered and shipwrecked. Untill you realise " Jesus saith unto him. I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." John 14 – 6. Classic.

  • Matthew Scotland
    Matthew Scotlandover 4 years ago

    thanks schweppes, keep it coming, there is poetry and wisdom here

  • EllEssDee
    EllEssDeeover 4 years ago

    Sharp.
    Great sweeping colours.
    I’m sure that sword is ‘burning’.Lee.

  • cheers mate, get yer marshmallows oot

    – Matthew Scotland

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