Abstract image, (blue version) based on the branches of a Corkscrew Willow tree.
I like images which have obvious layers. The inspiration behind it is that of looking upwards and seeing growth. It is also inspired by the way that when you have multiple sources of light you have many images resulting in the form of shadows, which in the picture bring depth and dimension, and combine to create one unified image. The combined effect of all the branches is also to create a central area of focus. Over all the piece has a sense of both looking upwards to the sky, but also, because of the nature of the tree branches (Corkscrew Willow) it also communicates a sense of rippling water, and of looking down|wards into a pool.
This image reflects my interest in the practice of contemplative prayer.
Jenny Meehan is a British fine artist, based in the United Kingdom. She paints non objective and semi abstract paintings, as well as working with digital imagery. For more of her paintings see www.jamartlondon.com
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