I wanted to create this work out of simplistic lines, ovals, circulars, squares, and out of a sense of arbitrary inspiration. In my mind the most important historical act of love is the one that breaks the division of temporal and eternal that Jesus accomplished. Not only that, but his call to everyone is that it is free to accept… come as you are and place your total trust in his act of redemption. He didn’t say clean yourself up… but pointed to his willingness to do that task. It is by grace…unmerited and undeserved favor offered to us…that we can have that eternal hope of everlasting life. “I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” John 10:10 Though the act of the crucifixion was not pretty on its own merits, I wanted a colorful and vibrant blend to signify the beauty of the results of that act.
This is one in a three part series that also includes “Crosssing Over” and “Crossing Paths” All three are on a panoramic triptych also named “Cross Intersection”
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