“I will surely bless you and make your descendants as numerous as the stars in the sky and as the sand on the seashore. Your descendants will take possession of the cities of their enemies, and through your offspring all nations on earth will be blessed, because you have obeyed me.” Genesis 22:17,18

This painting began with an abstract theme in a ‘Mondrian’ style but morphed into a beach scene seen from running up a hill covered with wild daisies. It seemed very familiar to me and I had a nostalgic sense of coming home. The remnant of the abstract morphed into a city in the distance, representing a former life.

The word on this painting is metamorphosing, only instead of ‘changing into’, it is a ‘going back’. Impossible in the natural, but this is a complete change returning to your roots. Returning to the delight of your first love for Jesus, and a re-igniting of your identity and purpose. It is a forsaking of the things that have turned your attention away from fervent love for things of God. 

Daisies symbolise innocence and the purity of a mother’s love. A mother’s love reflects the love of God – everlasting, unconditional and incorruptible. Wild daisies are used medicinally for inflammation and blood purification, both indicate fighting infection. This flower represents a ministry gift where you will be able to – in the spiritual sense – recognise infection and prescribe the necessary antidote. God gives you an overflowing love for people who have been hurt.

The path of daisies leads to the top of the ridge overlooking a sandy beach. The sand is significant. Sand biblically represents generations, multiplication and abundance. A vastness that cannot be counted. It also represents the border between land and water. In Hebrew, sand is “chol” meaning “secular”. The sand separates that which is holy and set aside. You are a bridge between sacred and secular, and your ministry is amongst those ‘not yet set aside’. 

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Giclee Reproductions are printed with a 3cm white border.

‘Homecoming’ has been selected from the book 40 Days hath November to be reproduced as Giclee prints. Technically speaking, our prints are not prints at all, not in the common use of the term, but are fine art reproductions of original works. The quality is so high that it is difficult to tell between the reproduction and the original. Giclee Reproductions are premium high-resolution digital images produced on museum quality, Canson 300-320gsm Cotton Rag (fine cotton fibres woven into a paper-like product) printed with archival Canon Lucia EX 12-colour pigment high-performance inks. Canon Lucia EX pigment inks achieve an “under glass” permanence of 95 years for colour images.

Giclee can be confusing, as many may incorrectly assume that all digital printing is equal. Essentially Giclee (pronounced ‘zhee-clay’) is an invented name from the French word ‘le gicleur’ meaning ‘to squirt’. Originally coined in 1991 to distinguish between common digital prints and the highest quality form of art reproductions using wide-format inkjet printing technology. In 30 years, this technology has advanced enormously, giving an even wider distinction between Giclee reproductions and digital prints. However, we still use the word ‘print’ so that we are easily understood.

Fine Art Giclee Reproductions should be framed behind glass, using a matte to separate them from the glass. Consult your local framer for the best way to frame your reproduction and ensure your artwork still looks amazing for 3 – 4 generations.

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Print 20 x 27cm, Print 30 x 40cm, Greeting Card 105mm x 148mm, Postcard 120mm x 120mm