There is a distinct feeling when you pass down the street that brings up memories from your childhood. A village landscape originally created with acrylic colors has many different meanings. I decided to go with a name being “Keep The Lights on For Me” because these houses exude a sense of belonging and the light in the window welcomes the traveler home. As a safe harbor, we can always go back to. Shadows play an important role in that. Then there is an overwhelming bipolarity in the picture that darker colors bring. The shadows can seem somewhat ominous but in the end, we are saved by the welcoming light. This is available in many sizes and mediums for fun. You could get this painting as a mural that is repositionable.
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