From the Author
They say that a painter leaves a bit of his soul behind with each painting, but what happens when a painting gives you back the part of yourself that's been missing? In the story Abstract Remembrances, Annie finds out that she'd lost a part of herself for a reason.
But in Still Life Painting, the story, Sari finds a glittering jewel buried within the canvases on the wall, and more than a part of herself, she finds her future.
The last story, Different Strokes, can be summed up with a fitting quote:
"Painting is an attempt to come to terms with life. There are as many solutions as there are human beings." ~ George Tooker
About the Author
Karen Fowler lives on the Eastern Shore of Virginia with her husband, two children and their Maltese Bella. She spends most of her free time (what little there is) reading, writing and capturing moments with her trusty Canon.