Remembering

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“Remembering”

Mixed media / March 2020

As always, feel free to let me know what the image makes you think of!

~ by Oloriel on March 29, 2020.

6 Responses to “Remembering”

  1. Someone from the other side, who loved someone so much that she continues to watch over the person, from the past.

  2. I definitely get the impression of a past memory that endures in someone’s life. Beautifully done.

    • Thank you very much; now that you mentioned it, the artwork itself begins to remind me of the same thing, it gives it far more serenity than I originally noticed.

      • Yes, serenity. I sense that also. It is a great image to look on for contemplation.

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