"There are three types of people; Those building bridges. Those bent on destroying them. And those waiting to cross…" (Yusof Islam)
"Bridges" and the works therein, are intended to be viewed as metaphors. There are more than half a million bridges in the United States. We rely on bridges every day to cross obstacles such as streams, valleys, rivers, canyons and even man made barriers such as railroad tracks or other roadways. Bridges are constructed so that we are able to travel to our destination more quickly, more safely, and more smoothly. Throughout our lives, we are occasionally faced with hurdles and barriers. Hardships and challenges. Aren't we thankful for the "bridges" in our lives that guide us over, around or through, what we may otherwise view as impassable, insurmountable roadblocks? The bridges we incorporate may be of our own making; A new way to confront and conquer a particular challenge, previously viewed as unassailable. Alternatively, is our bridge constructed of the people around us, helping to guide us in a different direction and get us throug a difficult time?
"Bridges" is dedicated to those who cross them, and those who built them for the purposes of "getting us where we want to go". Lastly, to express my appreciation to the countless bridges I have experienced in my own life's travels. THIS, I am passionate about...
These canvas prints are made from an additive-free cotton-poly blend and feature a special ink-receptive coating that protects the printed surface from cracking when stretched. Made with a tight weave for fine art, the canvas produces prints that are fade-resistant for 100+ years. All prints are also available on heavy weight paper OR poster paper. Each piece is also available on Post Cards, Greeting Cards AND First Class United States Postage Stamps!