“Not Forgotten” Heart Art Celebrates Veterans

11 Nov

Debbie Arambula at Fort Smith in Arkansas with Painting "Not Forgotten"

Debbie Arambula at Fort Smith in Arkansas with Painting “Not Forgotten”

Traveling across the USA, from San Francisco to North Carolina, I am constantly reminded of how amazing, kind-hearted & downright friendly people are. One for one, from Arkansas to Amarillo, the places we have visited and the people we’ve met have inspired me in ways I have yet to realize.

With lush lands of beauty, from the blue skies of Asheville to the open fields in Oklahoma, each town is filled with people like you and me, with their own unique style of talking, walking, dressing, dreaming, hoping, struggling, living with, living without…

And despite any trials in life, this middle America is sprinkled with the pleasant sound of “Yes mam” and the warm hearted intentions of “Ya’ll come back now”. With a church on almost every corner, this trip has been more than enlightening!

As an artist, sometimes I feel like I am in the center of the Universe, feeling, seeing, and perceiving what most don’t and sometimes like there’s a lot of weight on my shoulders to express all the emotion I feel in one painting. In some cases it comes out in many paintings. And in my artistic attempt to provide you a visual, poetic description, in the form of brushstrokes and color, I strive to bring to life, in the form of a painting, all my feelings, inspirations, emotions to encourage more love, more hope.  “Not Forgotten” was painted years ago, yet it was never publically released until now. The original so appropriately sold to a wonderful collector, just 2 weeks before the launch of my Nationwide Tour and Spread the LOVE Campaign.

Debbie Arambula beginging Red, White and Blue painting on July 4th 2011

Debbie Arambula beginning Red, White and Blue painting on July 4th 2011

After 9/11, I drew a series of pieces that would be created as time marched on.  “Not Forgotten” was not painted until June of 2011, and today, November 11, 2013, I am releasing it to the World, in Honor of our Veterans, HOME of the BRAVE and with a deeper meaning behind “Land of the FREE”. With each paint stroke, I filled the canvas with good old fashioned American Pride, togetherness, sisterhood, community-hood and down home, countrified brotherhood of goodness, to inspire a better life for all.  Notice the 9 stars & 11 stripes. Land of the FREE: The blue star represents you. We are the only ones that can create our Land of the Free. So don’t stop believing in our country, and contribute to the betterment of your own town, city, community. Whether you live in Arkansas, or Alabama, New Mexico or New York, San Francisco or Hawaii, we are all in this together. We make the World we live in.

"Not Forgotten" red, white and blue by Debbie Arambula

“Not Forgotten” red, white and blue by Debbie Arambula

See details on this NEW RELEASE: “Not Forgotten” heart art on canvas

Inspired by the Bravery of men and women from all over the world I honor Veterans "Home of the BRAVE" Celebrating them in their quest to protect our "Land of the free" with all of my heart!

Inspired by the Bravery of men and women from all over the world I honor Veterans “Home of the BRAVE” Celebrating them in their quest to protect our “Land of the free” with all of my heart!

Perhaps this is why this piece is an honor to not only Veterans that have lived and died for the fight of freedom, but subliminally tied into 9/11, as I feel that neither should be forgotten!

I do believe that we are in this together, and that something can always be done about any situation in life. And more importantly, when we step outside of ourselves to give help, support and brotherly love to another, being true to our country, our nation, we make the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave possible.

With all of my hearts I honor all those that dedicate their life to the betterment of the World!

Debbie Arambula

 www.theheartartist.com

 

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2 Responses to ““Not Forgotten” Heart Art Celebrates Veterans”

  1. Marie Terry December 1, 2013 at 8:28 am #

    Nice post, found it really quite touching, thanks for sharing this with all of us! :))

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