Janus was the Roman god of beginnings, transitions, and endings, usually depicted with two faces, one looking to the future and one looking to the past. As I look to make some exciting, and potentially scary, changes in my life, I was inspired by Janus. Here she takes the form of a goddess, and instead of two faces she has many, reflecting the varied, often conflicting feelings that come along with great change. Also traditionally associated with the dawn, my Janus moves forward through sun-splashed clouds, ready to face a new beginning.
- Sumner Crenshaw
This piece is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished edges. It comes ready to hang.