"Be still and know that I am God." - Psalm 41:10
"Be still" is a translation of a Hebrew word meaning stop striving, let go, release. While painting this, I was contemplating how God asks us to be still so that we can receive love, peace and guidance. I painted many layers of transparent blues, together with warm earthy desert hues, to create the soothing mood of this abstract painting to go along with the inspiring verse.
I love to paint abstracts, going beyond what is seen or real. I always try to leave room for the viewer to relate in their unique way and determine their own interpretation for the painting. Also inspired by the beauty of nature, I allow shapes and colors to interact in ways that are spontaneous and joyful. Through both conscious and unconscious decisions, and an ongoing process of addition and subtraction, I let the painting evolve until it evokes a harmonious sense of God's peace.
This is an original one of a kind painting by Judi Bagnato.
This painting is 20" x20" x 1.5" on gallery wrapped canvas. Sides are painted in black for a finished look.
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Painting is sealed with a UV layer for archival color stability which protects from sunlight and also provides a beautiful vibrant finish.
Painting is sealed and protected with varnish.
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