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Light Dawned, 1 (by Lisle Gwynn Garrity)

Original Art

Purchase original art by Lisle Gwynn Garrity, Sarah Are, Lauren Wright Pittman, and Hannah Garrity

Light Dawned, 1 (by Lisle Gwynn Garrity)

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Light Dawned, 1 (by Lisle Gwynn Garrity)

100.00

PHYSICAL PRODUCT

Lisle Gwynn Garrity
Light Dawned, Series #1
Soft pastel on vinyl fabric
9" x 13"

Inspired by Isaiah 9: 2, this series explores the role of the starry sky in the Christmas story. The star shines in the darkness, inciting wonder and fear, yet, all the while, illuminating the path forward.

Comes unframed. Pastels are NOT sprayed with fixative to preserve vibrancy of color and movement. Piece should be framed carefully behind glass to prevent pastels from smudging.

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This image was created for the PC(USA) Special Offerings 2016 Christmas Card collection. Support the Special Offerings Ministries and shop their Christmas Cards here.

"The people who walked in darkness

have seen a great light;

those who lived in a land of deep darkness—

on them light has shined."

-Isaiah 9:2

From the artist:

"I'm reluctantly coming to terms with the fact that I'm probably a 1 (aka the Perfectionist/Reformer) on the enneagram. I often create a hundred versions of something until I'm finally pleased with the result. 
When I began this abstract star series (that includes about 20 outtakes), I wanted to explore the role of the starry sky in the Christmas story. The star shines in the darkness, inciting wonder and fear, yet, all the while, illuminating the path forward. I was interested in capturing the angles and layers of light beaming in the midst of a midnight sky. I think I got close. Could probably do a few more.” -Lisle Gwynn Garrity