Dwindling Lights

•Ishan Project: 283/82•



Dwindling lights fade into the shadows. Etched into their minds like carvings from ice sculptures, our young lady finds herself entranced by the slow rhythm created by the beating of raindrops heard outside.  In this one moment, she wouldn’t allow the distractions to overtake her. She gathered her bearings as she feels a confusion brewing in her heart. But the vapor wouldn’t overtake her like the others. She stayed focused—focused on a rhythm captured by her eardrum which anchored the inspiration she held so sacredly.

DWINDLING LIGHTS / Mixed Media / 5″ x 8″


6 thoughts on “Dwindling Lights

  1. Such a powerful portrait. You have the grim determination of the person you are describing perfectly. My admiration! You are so very talented, Leah.

  2. Dear Leah, thank you very much for sharing your pics of your recent exhibition. It was realy flattering of you to share the pictures with me. They where realy superb. Heck, you are such an incredible talent.

    Naturally, I still follow your daily episode from the, “Ishan Project”,. You are very strong at portraits. You realy convey the feelings of the person you are painting. Also, you can paint on such a big scale. I think it was you painting on a ladder in one of the pics from the exhibition. Your paintings are fairly small for the Ishan Project. I’m realy in awe of your talent and flattered that you sent me the pictures as well from the exhibition. Thankyou very much.

    I will close now, just too say,I wish you a very Happy Xmas. May God Bless You Richly.

    Nigel O’Brien.

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