Artist of the month:
Level 2 Display Case:
Acrylic Paintings: Dances of the Four Seasons in Remembrance of Michelle's Beloved Archangel
About three years ago, Michelle and her late husband uprooted themselves from the sunny state of California to Massachusetts where they knew no one else and they found the weather to be drastically different. The need to deal with snow was a brand new experience for them. The first winter was brutal—tons of snow. They were informed the snow was probably the second worst in Massachusetts history. They began to wonder why they moved here in the first place. Then, after they had experienced the beauty of the four seasons, they were awestruck by God's creations – blissful florid spring, flourishing oceanic summer, ever-changing golden autumn, and silvery snowy winter. Sometimes, it seemed that time simply stopped as they gazed at the marvelous and amazing dances of the four seasons.
This year, Michelle's worst fear came true – her husband passed away. He was her soul mate, her best friend, and the love of her life. It was sudden and nothing could have prepared her for it. While grief still surrounds Michelle every day, she doesn't want it to become her identity. Michelle is not a professionally trained artist, but she has always had no boundaries to her aspirations and is using the first public display of her recent artworks to showcase her view on the dance of four seasons. More importantly, this exhibit is dedicated to the remembrance and honor of her beloved husband who always had an absolute faith in Michelle and in everything she does – he will be forever her archangel through the ages. Michelle is grateful that each day of the 58 seasons she shared with her husband was filled with God's wonderful blessings.
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