This painting stems partly from my personal faith and the realization that there will always be doubts and fears that require bravery to overcome. The ability to look your fears straight in the eye, while acknowledging them for what they are but not giving in to them – that’s a valuable, hard-earned thing.
Our heroine in the image is dealing with this scenario, and has chosen to look suspiciously at her fears, all the while holding on to the Good that surrounds her and reminds her of Truth and Love.
Jennifer Bruce is a Michigan-based artist. She graduated from the College for Creative Studies in downtown Detroit with a Bachelor’s in Illustration (and a minor in Concept Art), with honors.
Her style of illustration mixes a foundation of traditional media with the ease and flexibility of digital media. Her digital paintings combine semi-realistic figures with graphic elements, texture, and pattern. She draws inspiration from nature, beloved works of fiction, and her favorite cinematic and electronic/indie-pop music.
She currently resides near Detroit with her husband Steven and their pets Misa (adorable cat) and Suki (tiny gremlin-cat).
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.