Milly and the Coracle 

When I served as chaplain on Bardsey Island in July I spent a bit of time painting.

This one is of my youngest daughter Milly and a coracle. My hand is holding a clump of Thistle seeds and some are floating away. 

  
The painting speaks of a new generation that will go on Kingdom adventures. Like the ancient celts who would allow the wind (of the Spirit) to take them to new nations to bring good news as they launched off familiar lands in flimsy coracles. 

The size of the painting is a metre squared and you can see the perspective of it here: 

 

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