by Silva, Susana Isabel

Dated 2022

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by Silva, Susana Isabel

Artist Information

Name: Silva, Susana Isabel

Location(s): Argentina

Gender: Female

Instagram: @suisslo_papercutting


Technique & Style

Figurative, Paper




boat, water, wave



Additional Info


Artist Statement: This work is the second of the series 344, and is called "in the abyss" is made in the paper cutting technique, with Fabriano paper. It shows the moment when the Jaredite ship is at the lowest point, completely submerged. The red color refers to the limit situation and the feeling of anguish and despair that sometimes invades us, until, like them, we are rescued from the depths "I testify to you that the promised blessings are incalculable. Though the clouds may roll in, though the rains may descend upon us, our knowledge of the gospel and the love we have for our Heavenly Father and our Savior will comfort and sustain us, and give joy to our hearts as we walk uprightly and keep the commandments. There is nothing in this world that can defeat us. "My dear brothers and sisters, do not fear. Be of good cheer. The future is as bright as your faith." Thomas S. Monson, "Be of Good Cheer," Ensign, May 2009, 92."

Church Name

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints