In his work titled, "Inspiration", Asencio's muse is posed with her back facing the viewer. Her arms stretch overhead as if liberated somehow. Seemingly, she gently turns her head to look back at that which is left behind.
Figuratively, Asencio paints a statement of redemption and hope: freeing ourselves of regrets, forgiving our failures and rejoicing in our triumphs. And ultimately, accepting the past as the foundation for our future.
It has been said, "Make a present of the past and give something to the future." Be inspired by Asencio's "Inspiration" and
paint your own future with beautiful, sensual colors of redemption, acceptance and hope. Ask about the AP Edition
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