Thursday, July 28, 2011

Johannus Boots: Comments on his painting, 'Oneness'.

“Oneness” started out as a representation of all the animals I witnessed close to home in a month’s time. As with most of my paintings, they evolve as they’re being created and when I added my best friend and myself to the painting, it turned into a symbolic view of ones life’s path. We might all walk a similar path but it’s different for everyone by way of perception. With all the distractions of our digital daily lives, we sometimes loose sight of the wonders of our natural world and the oneness, which is just outside our door. Please click here to visit Johannus's website.

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