It’s a rainy afternoon in this part of the world today. Coincidentally, I also happened to see a photo of the latest painting done by my friend, Ermela Deposa (also known as Giging). Her painting featured a tulip getting wet in the rain.
Giging’s artwork captured my imagination. Not only because it was raining outside my window but because such a painting to me has layers of meaning. For one, it reminded me of the reality, that rain or water for that matter is needed for living things to thrive, to grow. We need rain really as much as we need sunlight. Rain also refreshes dry land. And this rain can also represent what is essential in our life.
To my friend, Giging, this rain in her painting is God’s sustaining grace which sustains her until she blossoms into full beauty (glory). And I agree with her that we do need God’s sustaining grace to also enable us to face each day. He satisfies our need for rain.
Love this painting! Beautiful!
that is indeed a beautiful piece of artwork. Your friend is definitely blessed with such a wonderful talent
It is picturesque! I love the effect of a real rain to it. She is indeed very talented…
Wow! That’s a beautiful painting, Sis! Your friend is an artist!
The rain is a reminder that God is up there showering us with what we need to grow.
Your friend is very talented. I wish I could get half of her talent and paint beautiful pictures too!
Thank you so much for the appreciation. 🙂 God bless us all with His showering grace daily.