In Black and White Jen and John Speak

In Black and White

Winter turns trees white and in the shadows they seem black. But look carefully and you will see many hues of grays. Within the grays are variations of the same view, different, but still the same. Wrinkles imprint on the bark with the passage of time, seasons heal wounds, and the wind twirls the seeds high into the snowy sky. In life, black and white are usually more grays, and most things that seem to stay the same change with the seasons. And one’s wisdom becomes more compassionate and thoughtful.

Mixed media/collage signed print with verse. $40
8-1/2″ x 11″