Art of the Month

 

Light of Hope Painted by Abraham Hunter

He describe the painting as:

“The light of the Son rises bringing warmth and hope for the new day. Glimpses of comforting angels adorn the dazzling sky. The Spirit is like the lighthouse. It warns us of rocks, gives light during the storm, and guides us. We are invited to draw near and rest beside the beach, smell the aroma of the garden flowers, and find shelter in the beach house. By keeping the light shining brightly at our home, we are a light to others in the stormy seas of life. The sailors aboard the distant vessel have endured a long night on the high seas. As the sun breaks, they see the land and sail on in renewed hope of finding their way home. I kind of see myself as the sea gull on the gate to the left.. I am constantly observing, pondering, and quietly soaking in my surroundings, and as I see each day unfold, I strive to capture each tiny little drama I witness on canvas in my efforts to connect with each of you. But, I think all of us deep inside feel like we are the ship at sea. Life is full of waves and storms. Sometimes even the feeling of being home is nowhere inside of us, and the heaven’s light doesn’t shine when we want it. I just want this painting to inspire you to keep going.”

Quote on the art: “I know the plans I have for you” says the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope, and a future.”

To learn more about all of his painting, the reason behind them and more about the artist himself check out his website  http://infinityfineart.com/AbrahamHunterBiography.php

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