His Grandmother wanted me to create something special for his Mom and Dad as they travel this journey. I was honored when she asked me to do this piece. Through the years I've always felt close to her, even with all the twists and turns our lives have taken. She and her family hold a special place in my heart.
I have no idea where the inspiration for this piece came from. Even the colors are nothing like what I had originally planned. Doug Collins, from Redeemwood provided the small wooden pallet that the heart was constructed on. It seemed like the perfect special touch for this piece. There are quite a few layers of paper, paint, molding paste, and burlap. The round knob in the middle of the heart was made by a friend of mine, Wrenn Boulton, who does amazing fused glass pieces. To me it symbolized fusion of the heart into one complete, beautiful creation...kind of like Troyce's heart.
This little piece will soon be on it's way to Texas. I hope it will hold special meaning for Troyce's Mom, Dad, and Grandmother. Please pray for this family and Troyce's upcoming surgery.
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