Vortex: A mass of whirling fluid or air, especially a whirlpool or whirlwind.
Origin: Mid 17th century: from Latin vortex, vortic-, literally ‘eddy’, variant of vertex.
Vertex: 1) The highest point; the top or apex. 2) Anatomy The crown of the head.
Origin: Late Middle English: from Latin, ‘whirlpool, crown of a head, vertex’, from vertere ‘to turn’.
As was stated in the About page, all my art is inspired by Holy Spirit. Sometimes when I start a piece I have no idea what the finished product will be or how it will inspire or touch others. This series is an example. The title of a piece I create follow the same pattern of inspiration through Holy Spirit. Allow the above definitions to sink deeply into your spirit as you view each piece.