Artist's description:

“She had this way of always finding the good and believing in everything despite all that she had seen. And that is what I loved the most – the pure magic of her undying hope” – Becca Lee

Medium: Pencil & Acrylic on Paper
Materials: Original on Paper
Size: 50x50cm
Frame: White box frame with wood grain

Through the darkness of the shadows behind her, she leaves behind the past and wakens into the present. The forest remains a part of her, its in the dark places that the soil is nourished and enables new buds to bloom. Though experiencing the hard times and letting go of the pain and hurt that we can truly appreciate what we have. Embrace all that is and make the most of now. The figure sits by water, which is often viewed as the source of life itself. The figure sits inside a circle, which represents the notions of totality, wholeness, the infinite and timelessness in a cyclic movement.

Its drawn onto a circular piece of paper, which comes ready to hang. Its signed on the front and comes with some beautiful cards that can be framed or sent to friends. The drawing will be delivered professionally packed for safe shipment. I ship free worldwide, as I want to be able to share my work with everyone.

Materials used:

Original on Paper

Flowers of the Forest Drawing (2018)


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This artwork is sold by Hannah Adamaszek from United Kingdom

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