This painting is titled "Let Go and Let G-d", and it’s one of my absolute favorites. This painting was born to an unfortunate turn of events which I’m not ready to disclose at this time - I’m getting there, but it taught me a tremendous amount about myself and the world at large. One of the those things is the title itself! We want to hold on, to control it, to change it, but sometimes we just gotta let go!! More often then not, things awaiting on the flip side, are better than we’ve ever could’ve imagined. As the saying goes: when one door closes, another opens. (Or something like that!) This is a framed, digital print, that’s shellacked. Frame was hand picked by me.
36X48 Acrylic on Canvas