Tendrils of a Dream

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Tendrils of a Dream

160.00

16” x 20” acrylic on wrapped canvas

After I painted these soft colors, I started thinking about synonyms for the word soft: gentle, tender, subdued... These words led my mind to feminine adjectives, and as my mind was on this track, I looked down and saw my favorite book: Janet Benton’s Lilli DeJong. Janet can paint an image so vividly and explain some of the deepest human emotions with words. And above all, the novel is about a woman... and of a mother's love.

"I lay on my mattress, waiting for my heartbeat to slow and the tendrils of some frightening dream to evaporate into the air."

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