Have you noticed what joy feels like in your body? The way it radiates from the soul, your mind, and heart, riding a wave of beautiful emotion. Not wanting, not lacking, simply feeling so content with all you have—ceasing in the reaching for more.
STORYJoy is surrender; it is comfort; it is excitement. It embodies an array of emotions that all feel as though they were always meant to be just as they... Read more
Joy is surrender; it is comfort; it is excitement. It embodies an array of emotions that all feel as though they were always meant to be just as they are. Joy is enchantment, that pulse of pleasure and delight. As I watched, the gossamer petals melted into this scene, with no fear of losing any part of themselves, just an acceptance of all their phases… I thought, this, this is what joy would feel like. An abandonment of all we think we should be and a radical acceptance of everything we are. Imperfect, bruised, constantly changing beings capable of extraordinary love that leads us to moments of overwhelming grief. All to learn that grief is love seeking a new home. But, just like that, over time, tears turn back into smiles, and our bodies flood with that familiar feeling. Dew drops of joy, breathing new life into our souls.
This artwork is part of a Numbered Edition Series of 525 prints (175 in each size). The 16 x 20 and 18 x 24 in. sizes will come with a COA (Certificate of Authenticity) signed, numbered, dated and embossed with artist seal.
You can read more about the quality and fine art paper specifications for your print here.
Paper Measurements: 8x10, 16x20, or 18x24 in.
Photographic Dimensions: 7x9, 14x18 or 16x22 in.
White Border: 1 in.
Printed in USA.