Caught In Between the Now and Not Yet

Caught In Between the Now and Not Yet


I love the freedom in this painting (like the big splatter in the top right corner) paired with the intentionality of the placement of the stone fragments. Both planned and unplanned, this painting represents the liminal space we find ourselves in where the present and eternity collide. 


Size: 24x24" on canvas framed in an unfinshed maple float frame.

Medium: acrylic, fabric, and stone fragments on canvas

Signed, titled, dated on back


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Excerpt from my poem The Shattering/The Becoming that includes the title of this painting:


Shatter the plaster cast holding your form:
Keeping you static; Keeping you safe
Rip off the patches sewn onto your heart
Your translucent Beauty awaits.

When the shroud has been shredded,

and there’s nowhere to hide
Who are you really,
On the sacred inside?

You are luminous
You are light
You belong to no one,
save the One you came from.
You are equal parts earthy and divine
Caught in between the now and not yet


You can read the full poem here.


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