Autumn by Rosemarie Forsythe, acrylic on canvas, 36"x24"
Knowledge by Rosemarie Forsythe, 20"x16" acrylic on canvas.
Contemplation by Rosemarie Forsythe, 48"x36” acrylic on canvas. So many cultures see the peacock in interesting ways. Christians see it as a sign of hope — of auspicious events yet to unfold. Muslims see peacocks as a cosmic symbol representing the whole universe or the sun at its zenith. Several cultures believe the peacock can shift something negative into a positive. The Cambodians believe peacocks disable poisons when they destroy serpents. In China and Vietnam, the peacock is a symbol of peace and prosperity. The Yazidi believe the peacock has the power to reconcile opposites — an excellent symbol for a peacemaker.
Late Afternoon by Rosemarie Forsythe, Venetian plaster and acrylic on canvas, 11"x14" The fox is a Celtic symbol of intelligence and resourcefulness.
Summer by Rosemarie Forsythe, acrylic on canvas, 36"x24"