Put Your Hand To The Plow And Don’t Look Back

by Dana Vacca

In my painting I wanted to depict the Believer who puts his/her hand to the plow and keeps his/her focus on what is before them, the future, the Lord, and never looks back. Looking back would cause the rows to be crooked, cause the horse to falter, and their path to stray and curve; their toil would be greater, last longer; their goal taking a lot longer to reach.

Dana Vacca holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Rhode Island School of Design and a Masters of Fine Arts degree from Vermont College. She taught visual media and design at the college level. She has illustrated children’s books but also loves to paint with words to create exciting adventure, vivid imagery and compelling characters in her creative writing and fictional works.

She is now living again in coastal New England with two dogs who are her faithful companions and biggest fans.

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