Light and dark (or day and night) make up the most fundamental natural dichotomy.
Endless stories use them as a metaphor for good and evil. The Quakers believe in the “Inner Light,” or sense of Christ's direct working in the soul. Shining a light in darkness can represent positivity in a fearful place, having imagination where there is none, or shedding light on the truth to expose things and create clarity.
The fun thing about metaphors is that they work across the board, and can be open to interpretation. So whether you're high on the holy spirit or on a bottle of spirits or just enjoy the idea of flipping on one's inner light - this one's for you. Let's get lit together, fam.
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8.5 x 11 // paint and ink on 100# card // in Ancient Labyrinth. Made to order, so please allow 2 weeks for production because:
Each print is hand-painted, printed, & hand-embellished with a layer of metallic gold. No two are exactly the same. Made in small batches and numbered before being lovingly nestled in a sturdy hand-addressed envelope and sent on a journey to its new home.