It's the moment worth a person's whole life -- the moment when you finally make it home and experience the sweetest victory humankind can ever know.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 22, 2013
What can a painting about heaven reveal about the meaning of life? In his new painting “The Bridge of Triumph,” internationally published artist Chuck Pinson uses dramatic landscape art rich with meaningful symbolism to communicate an inspirational message about the meaning of life and the hope of heaven.
The painting figuratively illustrates the moment just before a person enters heaven. “It’s the moment worth a person’s whole life -- the moment when you finally make it home and experience the sweetest victory humankind can ever know,” explains Pinson.
Riveting symbolism adds layers of meaning to a canvas illuminated with rich golden hues and dramatic highlights. A blood-stained street speaks of sacrifice and leads the viewer to the golden bridge connecting the earthly realm to the heavenly. Angelic statues sit atop pillars, arms raised in victory and outstretched to welcome the entrant with passionate acceptance. Pinson discusses the symbolism in a devotional-style video available at http://www.chuckpinson.com.
“I painted ‘The Bridge of Triumph’ with the idea that living with the end goal in mind can dramatically affect your character, your decisions and your life path,” says Pinson. “I hope this painting helps people press on through all the struggles of life and live better today because of the great party, reunion, and victory there is in heaven.”
About the Artist
Pinson lives in the Duluth suburb of Atlanta, Georgia with his wife Deborah, who has been instrumental in his success. He received degrees in Christian theology from Abilene Christian University and enjoys combining his passions for biblical teachings and landscape painting to create Christian art. He began his painting career in 2008 and uses the trademark “Chuck Pinson -- Art with Meaning” to describe his brand. His art is featured on many products around the world.