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When will it end?

As Time Goes By, acrylic on canvas, 40×60. Available at Portland Art Gallery, Maine

After an eventful winter and spring this new painting holds a different kind of sentiment now. The small circular shapes were like an image of days passing by, suns or moons, your choosing. Then the light coming in from behind the shelter building felt like a new day dawning with endless possibilities. That was before the attack on Ukraine by Putin. How horrible an experience for the Ukrainians to have to endure. And to see that no other country or group of allies can or will do anything to immediately stop the human destruction of little children, elderly, and families who just a few weeks ago were enjoying all the things we enjoy here in USA. Really? Nothing more can be done to stop the unbelievable murderous, callous evil of Putin? I pray for intervention of any kind to bring peace to those poor brave people. And I pray that God, in whatever form you believe or not, will stop Putin’s heart.

Lesson learned: Evil exists unless good people do something to stop it.

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  1. Pat Nelson #

    Ugh… I certainly share your sentiment about Putin, tho I have to wonder if he even has a heart. How could anyone allow this to be happening at his will? It is just heartrending to witness.
    All that aside, I like the effect of your suns and/or moons. It’s good to remember that we all sleep under the same moon, and are connected in that regard. It’s just sad that some of us cannot sleep in peace.

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    April 13, 2022

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