" AMELIA "
Chamomile. Rose. Blue Spirulina. Watercolor. Acrylic. Gold pigment dust. Gold leaf.
24" x 35" Framed.
"Named after the famous female activst Amelia Earhart (1897-1937) who became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean in 1928.
The name Amelia also means "Work" and "industriousness" meaning working energetically and devotedly; being hard-working, diligent and skillful.
In Hebrew meaning "Work of the Lord"
This piece was commissioned as a retirement gift for a successful architect & Mother of two...
The hints of green & blue in this piece represents the masculine energy required to be a successful women in work and the purple and pink the feminine. It represents the balanced energies that gave her the ability for both strength and perservence to work within a predominantly male orientated profession that comes to its successful end as well as a soft and nurturing nature that gave her the ability to raise her now grown children."
| AMELIA |
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