Rush of Relief Original Painting
Acrylic, ink and charcoal
Natural white watercolor paper with 2 deckled edges (top + bottom)
Professionally framed with raised float mount in black metal frame
30.75 x 42.75 in. overall size with frame
Rush of Relief was inspired by a memory while backpacking the bottom of the Grand Canyon. It was getting dark and the only spot to camp was next to a runoff, which is known for flash floods in a storm. There was a bad storm in the distance and we couldn't tell if it was heading our way. My nerves were a mess because the only other option to camp required backtracking over a steep mountain. As I was watching the lightning in the distance, a butterfly danced around me. This was a sign that everything was going to be ok. Not long after that, the clouds above us broke and blue skies started forming. The darkness approaching, canyon wall, fear of rushing water, and butterfly inspired the shapes, colors and textures of this painting. This painting was a finalist in Fusion Art's "Line, Shapes & Objects" art exhibition.
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