Dedicated to the souls lost December 12th and 14th, 2012.
Dec 15, 2012 4:09:59 pmby jgkane Homepage »
A moving dedication, my friend. Your artwork's composition is realistic and quite peaceful. I pray that it may add a calm to the worried family and friends of those massacred. When something like that happens one has to trust in the Lord bringing those children back home into His loving arms. When the school massacre in Dunblane happened, back in 1996, fears were expressed for the traumatised children and parents. The law and protocols re firearms were tightened further, but the social effects were longer lasting.
They have the example of Andy Murray, the worlds number three tennis player to show that all that evil does not necessarily stunt a child's future, even if 16, and a teacher died that day.
I offer all my prayers as did the 60 or so at our morning mass today. May the good Lord hold them safely in the palm of His hand. May he comfort and support the grieving survivors, so that they walk held securely by Him, especially at this time of year. God bless all affected by this tragedy. John.
Dec 31, 2012 11:25:27 amby sigung Homepage »
What I love about your work is the attention to detail. This scene is so rich wth all of the things that make a place like this so interesting and beautiful. The mist in the trees, the sunlight breaking through and the transition from dark to light, the movement of the water and the Canada geese flying by. There is so much going on here, such extreme detail. This looks like a photograph of a northwestern river on a fall day. Just perfect.