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  • MarkKeathleyThreeAmigos

    September 2016

    In my first wolf painting “Valley of Shadows,” I wanted to depict how we can lie down in the midst of danger and rest because we are being watched over by God. In my new painting, “Three Amigos,” I want us to see past what appears dangerous and look in their eyes.The first looks hungry, the second looks worried and the third looks defensive. Sometimes we forget our battle is not against flesh and blood.We need to look past the “problems” that people pose in front of us and see the longing and emptiness that cause this defensiveness or the attacks on us. Everyone standing before us has a past and a history – they have turned out the way they are because of it, and they just need some love.They, too, need to be a part of something for good.

    18×27 S/N $750 Framed or $550 Canvas
    18×27 A/P $1195 Framed or $995 Canvas
    24×36 S/N $1150 Framed or $830 Canvas
    24×36 A/P $1695 Framed or $1375 Canvas
    30×45 A/P $2650 Framed or $2100 Canvas