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Acrylic on canvas.
“Whom have I in heaven but you? And there is nothing on earth that I desire besides you. My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.” (Psalm 73:25-26)
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Ruth’s works are extremely popular in print, particularly in the design market and hospitality industry. Her paintings and digital renderings can be enjoyed in many hotels and corporate offices worldwide.
What a beautiful theme and color combination, Ruthie….just heavenly!
Glad to see you Gordon! So happy that you like this piece, thank you!
– Ruth Palmer
Thanks for those very sweet words Elaine. I always appreciate your visits and support. Hope all’s well with you dear.
Thanks Tone…so great to see you!
Gorgeous colours, just beautiful Ruth!! :]
Many thanks Tracy! Appreciate your visit and kind comment.
wow gorgeous work with beautifullll explaination….!
Thank you so much Ashes, I’m happy that you like the painting and the psalm!
Wow Ruthie this is incredible!!!
Stacy, you’re the sweetest…you know where all the glory goes!
The texture is something else, like caustic paintings, or emulsions. I see a fish in black outline. I love the Psalm with it too.
Thanks Frannie. It’s probably my Jesus fish that snuck in there without my knowledge. I’m glad you like the psalm. I often like to leave some of my canvas exposed in my work, it’s part of what adds the texture that I particularly like. Some painters don’t like this but do I care? NO, LOL! Hugs.
A wonderful visual feast Ruth and the psalm is beautiful
Thank you so much Angela. The psalm has special meaning for me right now. I’m glad you like it.
Oh Ruthie, this verse brings tears to my eyes… God knows why… Your image just adds its quality to the blessing.
Olga, my sweet sister in Christ….yes, God knows why. Thank you. X
Thank you so much Dominique!