"When my last kid was a senior in high school I began to get a major case of The Empty Nest Syndrome. In an attempt to work through those feelings I painted this empty nest with light shining through it and a single feather resting inside. It was a way of reminding me that while my nest was about to be empty, there were things that I could do to fill that part of my life up again, things that could actually bring me great joy. I painted light pouring through the nest and a feather of hope for things to come. It was the beginning of a body of work that is still pouring out of me...nests of all kinds, shapes and degrees of realism and abstraction. They have become almost autobiographical. Isn't it wonderful what can happen when we let sorrow transform to joy?" Laura
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