This painting was inspired by a bride and groom who love nature and wanted the chuppah, the traditional marriage canopy, to be woven into the nature. In the center, under the chuppah, appears a circle, representing the ring, and the wholeness in the man and woman coming together. There is an openness and light under the chuppah which is reflected above in the sky. This alludes to the very special state of reality that comes with the bride and groom standing under the chuppah. All of the gates of heaven are open there, and that openness is reflected above. Mazal tov!