WWG1WGA is a painting inspired by the Spirit of John F. Kennedy, Jr.
Most of us think of John as a privileged individual, born into wealth and fame, and blessed with remarkable good looks.
But how many have considered the cross John had to bear? He lost his father at the age of three to an assassin in front of the world. And then his beloved uncle, Robert Kennedy, a second father to him, was also assassinated in front of the world's cameras.
JFK, Jr. could have gone along with the world's elites and enjoyed the plushest life, but he didn't seem to do that. John had other things on his mind. He had very important business to attend to. In one word - Justice.
Not just justice for those responsible for the murder of his father and uncle, but justice for all of us! For we are all John. And John is one of us. We all have suffered because of the metastasis of evil in the world.
In WWG1WGA, the figure of John is depicted like a statue made out of many different pieces of stones. Stones made by God are very different in size and material, as all of us are unique, but together we make up the family of man.
Emitting from the heart of this humble figure is light and love to guide us; the lighthouse in the distance. It is one that might be found along the Coast of Cape Cod on that dark night when John's plane supposedly descended into the ocean. The figure of John is guiding us to calm waters and safe shores. Light is breaking up the darkness.
Inscribed at the base of the statue, perhaps by a beach walker or a fisherman with his pen knife, are the letters WWG1WGA; the same letters inscribed on the bell of his dad's boat.