George Denninger

"Art is an expression of Soul. The more we know of Soul, the fuller and clearer the expression of art. It is the response emanating one's identity.
Art encourages us to see and feel ideas we may not have experienced before."
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Day Five

Plunging beneath we find abundance; soaring above we lose our earth weights.

 

 

 

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Look Moses

What did Moses turn aside to see? It was not a physical phenomenon. A careful look at the point of light reveals the tree to be translucent. I'm attempting to illustrate the spiritual idea attracting the patriarch.

 

 

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Keeper of the Secret

We usually try to learn about identity by examining appearances, but shouldn't we ponder the thought that made it? Ideal conceptions unveil the secret and delineate ideal beauty.

 

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Glory

Symbols of patriotism and peace reflect, to some degree, the Father/Mother.

 

 

 

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Inner Fringes

We usually think of fringes on the outside, enhancing our visual appearance. Looking deeply within the edges of our insight, we may discover Soul.

 

 

 

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First Fruits

Exuberance and a sense of grand scale mark our first successes, feeding an expectation of plentiful thought harvests.

 

 

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Perseverence

Life includes a determination to persevere under whatever circumstances, to persist in the search for fulfillment.

 

 

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Face to Face

Recognize the source of all good as your own, and you will see this likeness reflected face to face.

 

 

 

 

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Changed Forms

When life experience pushes us past our limits, we seek another path, wanting to return to our roots.

 

 

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