The word “abba” is an endearing term for “father” in the Hebrew language.
This piece represents the loss of my Dad and the frailty of life.
In the center of the piece, I painted two small figures, contained in the white shape. Here, you see father and son. One rises to stand, while the other leans over towards death.
The white silhouette on the left represents Dad, in spirit.
The right side of the canvas is largely black, symbolic of my journey as a son, absent of his Dad.
There is a strange beauty I’ve found in the frailty of life. Every moment is so precious, and you never know when it will be over.
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