Goshen is a mystical place nestled in the Virginia Mountains, bursting with Spiritual Wisdom. For Jack and Judy Witt, visits to Goshen were full of spiritual connection to nature and inspiration to paint and share their experience.
Together, they have created beautiful energy bound in two books that pays tribute and gives gratitude back to Goshen, a place that fills and restores their Spirit. They allow us to follow along and be a part of their personal journey in this beautifully illustrated set.
Walking along the river’s gentle flow of water and the majestic trees in these mountains, Jack and Judy feel the connection to the web of life. Spirit has filled their hearts with motivation to share it’s message of oneness with all of life.
For artists, lovers or anyone willing to venture into childlike wonder, these books will inspire you to “look within” while taking a walk through nature. Discover the unseen world that’s waiting to connect with you and share spiritual connection.
The indigenous people have always understood and respected the spirit in nature giving thanks and putting back whatever they use for themselves. Giving and receiving in balance. I found their work to be a Divine Timing with the changes and earth’s release of energies for a demension waiting for us
There are two books: The first one is called Goshen: Lessons from the River and the second one is called Goshen: Revisited. Both are filled with the magic and beauty of Goshen through the artistic expression of Jack and Judy Witt.
It’s like a colorful storybook for grownups. You can’t help but smile, feel inspired and swept away in this visual meditation, a place you will want to visit often.
Jack Witt earned a B.A. in English from Virginia Military Institute. He was apprenticed to Eugene Califana in Taos, NM for 3 years and upon returning to Richmond, VA. studied sculpture at VCU where he earned a Masters Degree. Jack has made figurative sculpture for 45 years from 9 1/2 foot heroic size pieces to small ones of 10 inches or less. He has worked exclusively in wax which is cast in bronze. He and his wife live and work currently in Virginia Beach, VA
Judy Witt graduated with a B.A. in Education form Longwood College in Farmville, VA and studied on a graduate level at ODU in Norfolk, VA. She co-authored a book about therapeutic clowning and the philosophy of the Fool. She works primarily in watercolors, a medium that captures the charm of her complex and ethereal designs. Judy’s work has appeared in many exhibitions, including one person shows, throughout VA and CA. Her work is part of a number of permanent collections, both public and private.
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