The Tie That Binds by Artist James C. Christensen



The Tie That Binds Fine Art Limited Edition by James Christensen

 “The best friendships can and will endure. My wife has a life-long friend that lives in California. We live in Utah. Their relationship is more like that of sisters, although possibly even stronger. They have been friends for decades. Over that period of time they have had the chance to share all the joys life has presented them. They have also looked to and supported each other through hardship, distance and change. Separately, they have grown but never have they grown apart. The physical distance between them is overcome by an unseen connection.  This painting is a diptych, each panel its own character. Unlike my diptych Sisters, both of these women are equals in their relationship as indicated by the similar style of clothing between the two. Both women lightly grasp the tie that binds them together. It is not a difficult thing to manage. Additionally, each has an ample length of cord in reserve, ensuring that no physical distance between them can severe their tie”, says artist James C. Christensen about his painting The Tie That Binds. 

This Limited Edition of The Tie That Binds is presented in two panels. One of artist’s ideas in creating the work was that each of the sister panels could reside in a separate residence, serving as a beautiful and thoughtful reminder of the relationship that makes this painting complete. 

 Christensen was born in 1942 and raised in Culver City, California.  He studied painting at Brigham Young University and, for a while, the University of California at Los Angeles before finishing his formal education at BYU.  Since then, he has had one-man shows in the West and the Northeast, and his work is prized in collections throughout the U.S. and Europe. 
See  Limited Editions by artist James C. Christensen
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1 comment for “The Tie That Binds by Artist James C. Christensen

  1. Celine Rol
    June 26, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    I’m interested in soulmates being a daughter of an artist and a Mormon as well.
    Your art intrigues me because of the deep simbolic values, its almost like a visual parable.
    Recently I collaborated with a museum for an exhibition of the art of my father and grandfather. Because of my roots I’m mostly influenced by the impressionists. Goodbye from the Netherlands! (Zoetermeer). Celine Rol

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