God's Eye

This 16 in. x 20 in. painting, entitled “God’s Eye” is a work of art made by Mr. René Plourde. He is a surrealist draftsman and colorist. Unfortunately, society has deemed that he suffers from a mental illness (schizophrenia), and yet he holds degrees in industrial maintenance, ventilation, refrigeration, Olympic pool water treatment, commercial building caretaking, and graphic arts. Based on his case, we can conclude that mental illnesses reach all social classes.

This work of art symbolizes God observing what has become of humanity, before the removal of His Church (the chosen). Revelation 19 :12 - 1 Thessalonians 4 :16,17,18 

The sun symbolizes the bride of Jesus Christ, which is the Church, the elect chosen by God. The word Maranatha in the clouds means the Lord is coming. 1 Corinthians 16:22  The characters represent the family unit awaiting the glorious return of the Lord Jesus Christ (Messiah) on the clouds. Revelation 1:7

This "God's Eye" work of art was awarded as door prize at the "Au-delà de la différence" (beyond the difference) presentation at the Cité des Jeunes A.-M. Sormany on June 7, 2012.

The certificate  for the drawing of the "God's Eye" painting, sold for 25$, will be shared as follows: $3 to the artist, $12 to "Le Lien", a philanthropic mental health organization in Edmundston, and $10 to Scout Palace Inc.






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14X18 inches Brown
14X18 inches Gold

16X20 inches Brown
16X20 inches Gold

20X25 inches Brown
20X25 inches Gold



René Plourde