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All the Ends (18x24) By Lisle Gwynn Garrity

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

All the Ends (18x24) By Lisle Gwynn Garrity

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All the Ends (18x24) By Lisle Gwynn Garrity

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All the Ends
By Lisle Gwynn Garrity
Inspired by Isaiah 52:7-10
Acrylic on canvas
18x24x1.5

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From the artist:

“All the ends of the earth shall see the salvation of God” (Is. 52:10). After reading that line, an image of water meeting land emerged in my mind.While this passage opens with visuals of the mountains, I found myself sketching a composition that places the viewer in the current, peering over the waves to the shoreline in the distance.

In this section of the Book of Isaiah, the prophet composes a vision of promise and peace for the people of Israel, one that seems to be materializing before their very eyes. But these words were proclaimed from the ruins of exile. Restoration was not yet a reality.They were still stuck in the deep—in the pain, in the suffering, in the waiting for a better world.We read these words some 2,500 years later on the other side of this promise fulfilled.We receive this vision with assurance that the messenger of peace yet again brings comfort and restoration to our battered world.

In this painting, the focal point is the swoop of current along the bottom. No matter what your life feels like right now, whether you feel stuck in the deep or swept up in the current, may you be buoyed by the promise that all the ends of the earth, all the edges of your life, are wrapped in God’s care.”

—Lisle Gwynn Garrity