Jenny Loughmiller – “Leah’s Soulscape”
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- “Most of my soulscapes are instances that hold a special kind of magic that you can only find away from home. It’s this moment when I see something in front of me, usually very old or very foreign, and I get swept away as I think about the people who have walked these paths or touched these stones long before I came to earth. There is this moment that stretches out in front of me as I’m filled with this sense of connection to a place and time that isn’t my own. It’s different but the same. I love these places because they connect me to the bigger picture. They take me out of my ultimately insignificant doubts, worries, and stresses to remind me that there is a much much bigger plan. It’s ok. It’s all going to work out. Just take a second to breathe, be here in this moment and when you’re done, keep moving forward. So I try to capture these moments and that place becomes somewhere special where I remembered with clarity, even if for a moment, what it’s all about.”
- 7 X 5
- Acrylic on gessobord
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Items will remain on display at CCA until the end of the exhibition (Friday, October 31st)