Pieces of Me

“Hands of Love”

by: Jeanette Mayhew

created in 2009 in mixed media form

6 Responses “Pieces of Me” →
  1. This is where I will display the different types of art work I have fun creating.

    This one for example:

    It was inspired by the HS reminding me of the tender hands that have faithfully cared for me since my birth. I used malto-meal symbolizing the many warm breakfasts and fun song sung by my mom… the color created a warm affect though it is light I am representing on the black paper. And the light reminds me that darkness must dissipate in the presence of Light with in my life is represented by the Lord. No matter how dark things get there is always light that darkness can never overcome. 🙂 Keeping our eyes fixed on that and holding the hands of those who walk the journey with us we are more than conquerers. 🙂

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  2. judith quinton

    February 29, 2012

    I love this piece, J! So warm and evocative…you have expressed what was in your heart!

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  3. This is Nette’s gothic art seemingly projecting a Roman era statue forsaking the time periods moral decadence for the sake of unconditional true love. Yes, even this stone figure can be made soft by the power of forgiveness & grace. One mountain moved by faith, countless others awaiting….very good work sis, I never knew you had a bit of goth in ya, lol. ❤ u. 🙂

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  4. Tammi Lynch

    March 27, 2012

    You my dearest daughter are an amazing artist with your words and with your hands!!! I’m forever thankful God blessed me with such a God loving daughter who embraces His gifts! What an honor to be able to call you my daughter,my friend!! Where ever your journey takes you don’t ever let go, He is always there and not mater what He’ll never leave you. My oldest O:)
    Love you dearly!!!!!!!

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  5. That’s cool. Thanks for sharing it with all of us. Sincerely, Mommy of two growing blessings & so much more!

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