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Abstract Painted Recycled Wood Art Block (British Female Artist)

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Abstract wood block.

This piece called Bach is a part of a connection relating to spiritual healing exhibition I am currently working on.

On a quest for answers the universe pointed me in the direction of a book called Edward Bach. I was amazed to find only just a few pages in he was a student at the UCH Hospital London in 1912 not only this he had an intense desire to heal the sick. The book takes a wonderful twist for me when he links healing with the spiritual touch of hands.

To find such a book was a rare moment, not only was I treated at the UCH but I was also offered spiritual healing. Today this is quite normal in hospitals but in 1912 it was a very different story for Bach. I was so pleased to have been shown this little book it became a part of my art journey, it helped me not to give up on my exhibition work and I felt reassured the universe was by my side.

This wooden block art relates to the spiritual side of life we don't always see in day to day living. I hope they inspire to remember the magical connections of life and we all have the powers to seek them.

Painted with acrylics and waxed. Real silver leaf

For the art lover that likes an interesting talking point!!

Signed by BEAR. Female Artist (Bedfordshire, England)

Size 25 x 15 cm

Free Standing

Thanks for looking and please ask questions.

*International/Worldwide shipping available on request*
Abstract wood block.

This piece called Bach is a part of a connection relating to spiritual healing exhibition I am currently working on.

On a quest for answers the universe pointed me in the direction of a book called Edward Bach. I was amazed to find only just a few pages in he was a student at the UCH Hospital London in 1912 not only this he had an intense desire to heal the sick. The book takes a wonderful twist for me when he links healing with the spiritual touch of hands.

To find such a book was a rare moment, not only was I treated at the UCH but I was also offered spiritual healing. Today this is quite normal in hospitals but in 1912 it was a very different story for Bach. I was so pleased to have been shown this little book it became a part of my art journey, it helped me not to give up on my exhibition work and I felt reassured the universe was by my side.

This wooden block art relates to the spiritual side of life we don't always see in day to day living. I hope they inspire to remember the magical connections of life and we all have the powers to seek them.

Painted with acrylics and waxed. Real silver leaf

For the art lover that likes an interesting talking point!!

Signed by BEAR. Female Artist (Bedfordshire, England)

Size 25 x 15 cm

Free Standing

Thanks for looking and please ask questions.

*International/Worldwide shipping available on request*

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Abstract Painted Recycled Wood Art Block (British Female Artist)

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  • Height: 25 Centimeters
  • Width: 15 Centimeters
  • Materials: wood, acrylics
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