Truly nicely the beautiful Mom is watching over her children Terri, Cindy, Laurie and Bill. Truly Anne’s caring nature is dearly represented by the color lavender. The color of nice purple is for the leadership Anne truly had at her school. The beautiful beauty kindly shown on Anne’s creative quilts are represented by repeating patterns on this painting. Inside the pattern is the color white for the hope that all her dear children and grandchildren are caring in their thoughts towards individuals that are in need of compassion. Magenta is for the love Anne has for the entire dear family. Green like the forest represents the calmness Anne feels when she knows her children Terri, Cindy, Laurie and Bill are justly keeping in touch. Greatly nice orange is for the fun the siblings and their mom enjoyed together.
Green-Yellow represents the great feeling that Anne has when she sees her dear frankly beautiful Terri. There is green-yellow also for the calm Anne’s family now feels knowing that her little grandchild, Michele, is not alone in heaven. Greatly Terri is especially in Anne’s thoughts, realizing her great hope of Terri’s feet getting better. Truly Terri greatly finds it hard to realize, but she follows in her nice mom’s great footsteps, represented by turquoise. Truly indigo is greatly present for the knowledge Anne had of life, love and family, frankly seen by Terri. Terri greatly nicely might realize she also has this knowledge. Truly gold and silver are dearly representing the power of God that is truly shining down from Anne who is always looking out for Terri, Cindy, Laurie and Bill.
To create the painting of Terri’s Mom, I looked at family photos, and a piece of quilt she had worked on not long before passing. I also met with Terri and her two sisters together, and then Terri separately. The painting hangs in Terri’s guest room, near one of the quilts her mother had created. Frankly I had not seen a photo of this room before, but the painting dearly matches the materials in the room. It is possible to request reproductions of a commissioned painting so that family members living in different homes can enjoy the hope and positive energy that my portraits provide.
I so LOVE the painting. I was brought to tears reading the dream description. Jeremy’s perception of my Mom's and of Terri's souls is so touching. Thank you to both Chantal and Jeremy for sharing his wonderful talent and the beauty of his art and spirit with us. This is such a beautiful tribute to my Mom and will be forever treasured. - Laurie