Thursday, 21 February 2013

Light at the End of the Tunnel

Acrylic on canvas, 2012, 12" x 15.5".

A lot further into my recovery I could see more hope. I was more willing to trust the world that by this time I had entered. It wasn't so bad after all. Every day meant climbing further out of the tunnel and towards the light that was reality. At the time of painting this I was on my way out of a mini episode and settling in to a higher dose of medication. Things were difficult but the hope was coming closer. I could see the light at the end of the tunnel.


  1. Dear friend,

    And out of the end of the tunnel, that light gives you a peaceful, more positive view. Have a lovely weekend.

    In kindness and good wishes,

    Gary :)

  2. Thank you for your kind words, Gary.

    I definitely wanted to focus on something more positive for this painting. It seemed relevant to post at this time as I have come through the stress and been more able to see hope.

  3. Ah, love that light at the end of the tunnel, the hope, strength and all that is good. Glad you could see it. I see it too.


  4. The painting is very expressive. I am so sorry you go through such terrible hardships, my brave talented friend. I am very sure though, that you will have the strength to overcome them all. Kisses.

  5. Thank you for your kind words, Madison.

    I'm glad you like my painting and the message it brings. I enjoy painting the positive emotions because even in a sea of darkness there is always a light.

  6. Thank you for your kind words, Unikorna.

    I do believe that it is possible to come through any hardships we experience. I find my strength from many sources - creativity, faith, good friends, lifetime goals, and probably more. Any hope I can give out is a good thing.