As I recently told you, I am now glad to share with you my girls’ stories.
The first one is Keera:
She loves spending time alone in the park; surrounded by trees.
She has the habit to lay on the ground, paying attention to how her body feels the grass and the tiny details around her. No matter to her if it is during a hot summer or when the ground is covered by a blanket of red leaves.
She can spend HOURS there, watching the clouds dancing in the sky, chased by the wind and inventing stories of the fantastic shapes that evolves in front of her eyes. Keera likes closing her eyes, counting to ten and open them again to see how the sky evolved. She calls herself “The witness of the unexpected”.
Keera is the friend you can rely on, she will never tell your secrets and always find the right words at the right time; she is an excellent listener but does not talk much about herself.
She is the bamboo that can bend again and again to adjust to the extern ele,ents, but will never break.
I painted her on a wood cradle pannel and wanted it to show through. I love the simplicity of it; however, it tells a lot.
The picture above shows you the depth of the pannel and how the painting still go on the side as a continuity.
Hold On ! There is always some sun coming after the storm.
Prints are now available in my Etsy shop, right here. If you are interested in buying the original, send me an email 🙂