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All Things Brought Together

All Things Brought Together


This is in some ways the pinacle painting in the series. It points out two possible takeaways from the idea of the fullness of time.


The first view looks at the circle full of plants and sees that time is running out.



They see a haphazard jumble of growth representing a careless disorganization.



They see the full circle and think this is all there is, after our time is up---that’s it.

A journey crammed with as much as possible but ultimately not enough.





The second view looks at the circle in “All Things Brought Together” and sees a time

for everything, a season for every activity, and provision for all.



They see many different types of plants represented and are reminded of a grand plan.



They see a circle filled full and look forward to what is next, knowing that this is not the

end of the story.






This is a mixed media piece which includes gallery wrapped canvas (24x24x1.5"), oil paint, metallic oil paint, cold-pressed watercolor paper, graphite, gel medium, and varnish. This style of collage painting helps express the layers, textures and varying elements that come together to tell the story with more depth and interest than paint and canvas alone.


The painting comes unframed unless you purchase a framing option but is painted on all sides if you choose to display it unframed.


Paintings usually ship within 1-2 weeks unframed, 2-3 if you choose the framing option. Shipping costs are included (approx. $50 value) and additional shipping costs of the frame are wrapped into that price.


About this collection:

The Fullness of Time Collection explores what it means to live within the bounds of time. What is the purpose of time? What are we filling our time with? What is time moving towards? When we better understand these concepts we are able to move through life in agreement with time. We start to understand right moments, proper perspective, and future fulfillment. This collection highlights different aspects of the fullness of time.


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