"Move Mountains" features a beautiful textured, twisted, multi colored piece of driftwood, set on deep charcoal/brown background. The driftwood "mountain" has movement, is like a wave coming up off the canvas, which means it casts shadows depending on the lighting. The rusty moon is set on a cobalt skyline. And yes, I found the "moon" in a circle; did not alter it except for a dash of white paint to highlight the moon. Housed in a vintage black frame.
The Story: Why "Move Mountains?"
I'm a person of great faith--not necessarily the one seen at church, but I have my own internal convictions; a unique moral compass, priorities and values. Simple things that I hold dear. "Move Mountains" (for me) is a reminder to have faith, to remain true to myself, and to never quit. I can't say I've always gotten what I've wanted, but I can say that things have always fallen into place (eventually!!) and I've always had what I've needed, when I needed it. Giclee prints available.
"Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there,' and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you." (Matthew 17:20)