I am calling this one Red Blossoms. This is another one that mom went over numerous times. Because of the dementia she would finish a painting and then see it the next day and say “Look at that…I forgot something”. Then she’d work on it and declare it finished. Then repeat this again. This one probably has 4 layers of work on it from different days. So the benefit of her forgetting was a deeply layered and complex piece of art. As with all of her Angel Paintings work…this was one of the gardens in heaven she was seeing.
Published by PHYLLIS MORRIS ART
Phyllis Morris passed away at the age of 76 on October 21st, 2020. At the end of her life she had early onset dementia, Stage 4 cancer in her spine and also in her brain. During her last months she began painting with pastels daily. This art is now for sale with the proceeds going to her favorite group, the Christian Community, which is based on the work of Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy. View more posts