10′ x 5′
The inspiration for this piece comes from a higher perspective of love. Encompassing all aspects of love and the purest expression of love as what we all are at the core of our very being. The image chosen to symbolize this is of her daughter setting free two sweet birds Zen and Ninja that they rescued and hand fed until old enough to be set free!
She also chose to honor the very loving, wise and compassionate Thich Nhat Hanh with his quote reading, You must love in such a way that the person you love feels free. Showing how love is freedom, love sets us free just as with love we set the birds free!
Heather Reynolds was born in Hollywood Florida in 1984. She is a very passionate artist who has always felt an infinite well of inspiration pouring through her onto the canvas. Deeply moved by the beauty of existence, creating art is something she has always felt drawn to. Heather has lived here in Roanoke for the majority of the past 20yrs and is now a permanent co-op member! Her kids are growing up shopping at the co-op and she is honored to be a part of this project within our community!