Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistC Lou Collectionclou
Description The Fawn with Pal photography was such an endearing experience. In the spring of 2006, one of my dad's friends had found this fawn with no mother. It's eyes were almost sealed shut from infection and it was near starvation. He picked up the little animal and brought it home to nurse back to health. Luckily, he already had a round the clock nursing staff in his 3 or 4 jack russels to look after the little deer. This is a photo of part of the rehabilitation that took place between two unlikely befriended mammals.For more en-deering artwork, visit http://clou.websiteanimal.com
Born in Memphis, Tennessee, I spent most of my younger years living in Arkansas. There, I began writing poetry and painting at a very young age using art as a means of expressing my emotions – happy, sad, forlorn, and joyous. Today, the art is becoming an oasis from my life’s strain. Everyone has daily stress to overcome such as work and the daily grind. Painting and, just recently, prayer has become my oasis. I have gone through many self-discoveries through painting and quiet time with God.
I have found to not have fear or hold back while painting and to not have fear or hold back in daily life. (“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.” Matthew 6:34) I enjoy painting flowers the most for relaxation. I admire O’Keefe’s work. Her large flowers are a message to the viewers, and like O’Keefe, I hope for the viewer to take moments in their lives to look at things we normally pass by without a second glance. There is so much to see that God has made and done for us. Another hope of mine is that my work reflects and glorifies God by recognizing things we normally take for granted.