Day 18: Rain Down Righteousness

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Another thing I love about abstract art is when you turn the canvas any of the four directions, you get a completely different view.  This canvas was actually painted the opposite direction, but when I was finished I felt what was on the bottom needed to be on top.  I love how there appears to be a portal, an open heaven at the top, where there appears to be rain the color of fire flowing down from heaven, which represent righteousness raining down on the earth.

*This painting was done 90% with my hands.

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Barbie

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8 Responses

  1. Dayle says:

    Yes, I was thinking the exact thing … how there appears to be an opening in the heavens, raining down goodness from above. Beautiful!
    Dayle recently posted..Postcards from the Road ~ Vista Point

  2. Mia says:

    Dear Barbie
    When I saw your painting it was exactly what I thought it represents; the abundant never ending love, grace, mercy and compassion of our Pappa. I hope to show some of my artwork at my blog one of these days!
    Blessings and love to you XX
    Mia
    Mia recently posted..Heaven’s Launderer

  3. Rosann says:

    Oooh….another really awesome painting! 🙂 The open heaven at the top sort of made me think of a storm cloud rolling in, but that it’s small so there’s hope that it won’t be there forever. And then the blue to the side is kind of like the reminder of heaven and blessings even during the storm. Just my initial heart response when I looked at it… 🙂
    Rosann recently posted..Thank You, God, for Growing My Faith

    • Barbie says:

      I love your interpretation of the painting. That’s why I love abstract art. I may have an idea of what I see and what it means, but it can really be something completely different to someone else.

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