"Whither Thou Goest"
- Ruth And Naomi
This scene is all about friendship. Ruth and Naomi were close enough that even though the man who was Ruth's husband and Namoi's son had died, they cared enough for one another to stay together.
The two women are shown close to each other in this scene to further stress how closely they were tied to one another in the bonds of friendship and faith.
They are shown gleaning the fields that they might have enough to sustain themselves. They are not asking for a handout, instead they are willing to work to care for themselves.
Inspired by The 1909 painting
-Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May- by John William Waterhouse
Value associated with this work is "Good Works."
Item Name: Ruth
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. This photo was taken with a light from behind so you can see the glow of the glass.