Generation of Revelation
In “Generation of Revelation,” the saint’s body is made up of a landscape. This represents how we are earthly creatures but also “jars of clay.” (2 Corinthians 4:7) We are containers of the Spirit of God.
Points of light radiate from her head and overlap her halo. In between some of the rays of light, the ‘heavens’ peek through to show that although we dwell in the earthly realm, we are also spirits and as we change our focus to the will of God, our mind will be transformed into the mind of Christ.
As ‘containers,’ we can receive revelation from God, and as saints, we should radiate Christ and share what we have received from Him.
Note: The calligraphic lines in the corner have several purposes. First, they are part of the artwork’s composition. Secondly, they are reminiscent of the ‘writing on the wall from the book of Daniel in the Bible. Third, they represent the language of prayer that connects our spirt to the Holy Spirit.
This piece is in a private collection