Sunday, January 25, 2009

Painting "The Journey Home" by Tracy Jo (Memory of Liquid)

"The Journey Home" by Tracy Jo


This post is dedicated to the memory of
Jeri Suzanne Horne (Liquid illuzion) This painting was done by my blog buddy, and talented artist Tracy Jo Tibbetts. Her beautiful painting reminds me of Liquid. Please visit the blog of Tracy Jo by clicking here.

10 comments:

Mike Golch said...

great tribute to your friend. and Yes tracy's painting are simply great.I follow her blog,and she is a great blog friend of mine.

Amias said...

A very beautiful painting.

Awake In Rochester said...

Hi Mike Golch,

Tracy is a very sweet person. I'm glad that she allowed me to use her painting in this tribute.

Awake In Rochester said...

Hi Amias,

Tracy was going to change the color to lite violet, but I asked if she could keep it blue for Liquid, and she was happy to. I like this painting. It shows a difficult road. You can tell that the storm is behind the person, but they had to go a long way & thorough a great storm to get home. A difficult life.

meleah rebeccah said...

I LOVE that painting! WOW

Ghost Dansing said...

very nice picture.... i think Liquid would have liked it a lot...

Awake In Rochester said...

Hi meleah rebeccah,

Glad you do. ;)

Awake In Rochester said...

Hi Ghost Dansing,

I hope she would. ;) I thought of her right away when I saw it. There is hardship in it, but that was part of her life. It's realistic. Tracy is a good artist & a spiritual person. If I had the money I would buy this, and other paintings (prints) of hers.

SandyCarlson said...

So beautifully done. Liquid Illuzion brought a lot of joy, love, and heart to the blogosphere,

Awake In Rochester said...

Hi SandyCarlson,

Sorry for posting this a bit late. 2 of your posts were temporarily misplaced. My apologies!

I know that you are one of the people in Liquid's core group. So it's very good to see you.

Tracy Jo didn't know Liquid, but she is a very spiritual person, and I feel she was lead to paint this. I like it because it doesn't sugar coat things. The storms of a hard life are there. But the person is walking towards, & eventually in the sun. I wish so many times that she hadn't take the path that she did, but she did, and it was her path. The liquid blue path. Not a good ending, but her life wasn't a sweet fairy tail. Yet the person, the spirit, was extraordinary.