"Courage" (inspired by the art of Lita Cabellut) - acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas, 16 x 20 x 1.5. Ready to hang (Sides are painted, no need to frame. Hanging wire is attached)
The French philosopher Camus used to tell himself quietly to live to the point of tears, not as a call for maudlin sentimentality, but as an invitation to the deep privilege of belonging and the way belonging affects us, shapes us and breaks our hearts at a fundamental level. It is a fundamental dynamic of human incarnation to be moved by what we feel, as if surprised by the actuality and privilege of love and affection and its possible loss. Courage is what love looks like when tested by the simple everyday necessities of being alive.
- David Whyte, Consolations
This piece is sold unframed but ready to hang. It will be shipped flat, carefully packaged in mostly repurposed shipping materials. Customs fees and duties are the responsibility of the recipient. Free shipping anywhere in the U.S.A For international shipping, please email for a quote.
This item is an original work of art. Copyright owned by Jen Jovan.