Hope is a Seed you have to Sow Original Painting Mated to size 18x24
"Hope is a Seed You have to Sow" is the third painting in my "Looking for some Light" Collection. Each piece is inspired by a song and has a story meant to spark some light or hope in a world that is desperately looking for them. (Full Story at the bottom)
This is a listing for my original painting "Hope is a Seed you have to Sow" the painting it's self is size 13x 19 and it's matted to size 18x24 ready for a 18x24 frame.
The purchase of this original artwork does not entitle the buyer to reproduce it in any way.
Ownership and Copyright of the artwork remain with the artist (Emilie Taylor), all rights reserved.
Hope is a Seed you have to Sow means a lot of different things to me personally. The desert as a dry, hot, barren land it’s usually a symbol of trials. And this cracked dry land is many things to me, wounds that may never fully heal, seasons of hardship. Maybe more then anything is a place you may find yourself after a storm. Wandering aimlessly it’s a place you could get lost in. But the flower growing against all odds reaching is roots ever thirsty for water, that is hope.
I finished this piece right before Easter and it once again felt so fitting to my own life. Thinking about Easter and that morning before Jesus rose again, the world was in a desert just hoping Jesus was who He said was. It was on the cusp of being forever changed. And because of that day, I have seeds of hope to sow into my own life and others. Flowers that will grow out of old wounds, life that can spring forth, even in the desert.
I was so inspired looking up desert flowers for this painting, this flower is the “Desert Five Spot” and like other desert flowers they store up their water and wait patiently for the next rain. I think that is really what hope is about.
My Song inspiration for this piece is “Hope is the Anthem” by Switchfoot
Hope's a seed you have to sow
When you let it go it comes to life
So you stretch your arrows on the bow
And you pull them back and watch them fly
My heartbeat, my oxygen My banner, my home
My future, my song Your hope is the anthem of my soul