The Pioneer Woman is a symbol of strength and faith. She strives to exercise her faith in God and works all the day long to bring forth his work. Her lot is not an easy one. In this piece, we can see the woman harvesting blessings, not from the ground, but from the heavens.
Blessings pour from up above as well as the ground below, not riches, not gold, but that which sustains life and brings sweetness to the living. She exercises faith in God, even when crops fail and things go wrong and is rewarded with the blessings of heaven.
Inspired by a study that illustrator Alphonse Mucha did sometime around 1902.
David Gomm is a stained glass artist and designer living in Provo, Utah. Working with his wife Jeanne, they run Gomm Stained Glass, LLC and make their living, designing, building and writing about stained glass.
David took a class in 1982 and started his own full time studio in 1983, which became 3 video rental stores. When the stores were sold, David earned a degree in Industrial Arts Education and taught stained glass at Missouri Southern State University.
They moved to Utah in 1990 and soon after started doing stained glass full time. Notible works or art can be seen in The Covey Center For The Arts in Provo Utah, "Seasons Of Creativity," and scenes representing posters for plays at the Heritage School, also in Provo.
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