Finished this weekend.

2 Responses to “Untitled”

  1. Rebecca Kimbrough Says:

    Hi, Colleen! I wanted to let you know that I am using this magnificent piece on a collage for my Chemically Dependent Client Class at Mississippi State University. I am a graduate student in Clinical Mental Health counseling, and while I love to be creative, I am not nearly as talented as what you have captured here. My assignment requires that I portray in some media form what my perception of addiction is. I personally see addition as a cage that traps souls for a while until the person seeks release through sobriety and recovery. This may not have anything to do with what your inspiration was for this piece, but I wanted you to know that I plan on using work giving you credit for the piece of course. Please let me know if you have any questions for me. God Bless!

    • Hello Rebecca,
      I’m so glad you feel my artwork will be a useful visual tool for your presentation. Please do feel free to use it and keep my name attached to it. I’ve decided to title it “Trilogy of Separation”, hence the mind, soul, and heart have all been separated and kept away from from the body – if that aids you in your presentation at all. Any information regarding your project that you might want to share with me would be interesting if you can or are willing to share that with me. You can find me on FB as Faerie Tales Studio if you’d like to see that page, and drop a public line about your project.
      Blessed Be to you!

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