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Face Fear & Fly Original Triptych


Face Fear & Fly is a triptych about facing fear and finding freedom. 

Each panel is 20"W x24" H. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 1.5" depth.

Sometimes we are so afraid of falling we forget we can fly.

My original painting "Facing Fear" was similar to this first panel. A bird is perched on a cliff, afraid of falling. We look and see that this bird could just fly off of the cliff yet he is looking down in fear.  I believe that's how God sees us when we are paralyzed by fear. We need to step out and trust him as we fly into becoming who He has created us to be.  I created this triptych to show the steps of this bird as he's facing fear, breaking free and soaring free. This is a visial reminder we can have on our walls to remind us we can face our fears and learn to trust God more so we can live freely as He created us. I created Face Fear & Fly to show the stages of this bird finding freedom.

Created with many layers of paint and texture in the background to represent the passage of time. 

Also sold as prints in my print collection.

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