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Infinity of God

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Sarah Trent

Eugene, United States

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Medium 12.0" x 15.0"
Large 16.0" x 20.0"
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Artist's Description

Ever since childhood, I have been very fascinated with the intricate designs that exist in nature and the individuality that is shown there. God certainly had a lot of fun when He created this world! It has taken a long time to compile the right images and elements to create this mixed media project that has been floating around my mind for years. Finally, it is complete and able to be shared. I hope you enjoy the work and I hope it really makes you think about the depth of character in the Spirit of God. All the images are able to stand on their own. The poetry is an original piece, handwritten in Calligraphy. All images and composition are copyrighted by Ripple in Time Photography and Sarah Trent. Enjoy the words and the images!

The Infinity of God

“Notice the stars…They are indeed, too numerous to count. The broad spectrum of Autumn colors flood the leaves of trees, though we cannot name them all. How many ripples does one, small stone make in a still pond? How many stones lay in a river-bed? The unfathomable, awesome power of God is all around us. It is shown through His creativity of nature and the complexity of the world we live in. How many different faces did you see today? How many individual snowflakes make up one snowball? Each small piece is very different from the next; they all come together to create the large, puzzling picture of life and its second chances.
~That is the essence of the infinity of God… What do you see?” ~Sarah

All images were taken in various areas of Oregon, over the course of a year
Using: Canon PowerShot SX110 IS
*All images straight from the camera!
Full image digitally copied by:
~ Dot Dotson’s Photography services in Eugene, Oregon
*Best viewed large

Ripple in Time Photography 2012

Artwork Comments

  • Laddie Halupa
  • Sarah Trent
  • Dan Mihai
  • Susan S. Kline
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