Further Up and Further In

November 2022

Inspiration for this series came while exploring the mountains of British Columbia's interior. The stillness, clear perspective, and peace continued to strike me while painting in these high-altitude environments. The landscapes, though familiar in my BC upbringing, felt out of this world with every encounter of its unrestrained beauty. On each step I felt called to go further up, and further in. It felt like I kept stumbling into pockets of heaven just waiting for someone to see it.

This series was a reminder to me that heaven is often right in front of us. To see it, all we have to do is step further up and look further in.

Because sometimes I need to write a song to complete my thoughts on a season, you can listen to the song here.

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