"Shelter From The Storm"
In wind-blown clothing of slate and blue, a girl wraps herself and tries to shelter herself from the winds that threaten to blow her away.
She is bombarded by the winds which blow to and fro, tossed about by every wind of doctrine.
She could represent Mother Eve being driven from the garden. Of course, Eve probably didn't wear printed cloth, but the "feel" of battling against the elements seems appropriate for the feeling that Eve must have felt, being driven from her first home.
The piece measures 18" wide by 30" tall. It comes with a ring at each of the two top corners for hanging.
Inspired by the 1903 painting
-Boreas- (north wind in Greek mythology)
by John William Waterhouse.
Value associated with this work is "Individual Worth."
Item Name: Shelter From The Storm
Price: $2000.00 This piece is higher priced because of the complexity of the cuts and the detail in making the piece. It took 3 times the time to build as some of the others.
Colors often vary from the photo because each piece is unique and when we build a new copy of the panel we may make small changes.