He is not here, for He is risen ORIGINAL
Original acrylic painting on 8x10 canvas covered 1/8" board, with an alder wood frame of 2 inch depth. This item ships within 7 business days. Shipping is free.
This painting was done to have the flowers and greenery on the foreground, and the entrance to the tomb in the distant background.
Note from the artist:
"Most of the painting is full of greens, florals, and plants resembling those near the garden tomb. Behind all of this is the entrance of the tomb, which is open. The foreground is bright, happy, and full of life. You might say it demands our attention. However, it is not the most important thing. I painted it this way to remind us to not forget Him. So much of our lives are filled with things that are good, happy, and lively. I guess you could say that many of these things also demand our time, energies, and attention. Are those things that are occupying our lives the things that matter most? Do we notice the small, subtle and quiet in the background that matter most? Often they are not the loudest or the most flashy.
The tomb symbolizes so much more than a tomb that is now empty. And quite truthfully it symbolizes more life than any beautiful plant or flower. That small dark shape in this background speaks of hope for every single human that has come to this earth. It says, "You have a Savior that overcame all for you." It says, "When all hope is lost, you must not give up." Jesus did what no many could do, and his resurrection gives life and hope. God be thanked for the matchless gift of His Son."