One of the first paintings I did when I got back into doing art was on this subject. Since I think (I hope) that I have a little bit better command of my technique and materials now, I am re-visiting the subject. Continue reading
By the power of the Holy Spirit, God’s people will bear good fruit. Colored pencil on cold-press watercolor paper, 12″ x 16″. Continue reading “Fruit of the Spirit”
This is the newest piece in my “Hearts on Fire” series. This drawing depicts our prayers rising to God as a pleasing fragrance to Him.
As often happens, the painting “Captive” started out as something else in my mind and became what it is on its own. Over the years, I have enjoyed making loose, gestural line drawings. Fancy doodles, basically. I’ve decided that a few of these might be worthy of development into paintings, and so I am attempting to do just that. Continue reading “Where is Freedom?”
The story behind this colored pencil drawing is noteworthy, as it demonstrates the power of the Holy Spirit working in a small way within an individual on a personal level. I am compelled to share it, as it may be encouraging to others. Continue reading “The Vinedresser’s Table”
Earlier this week I was feeling a little down and overwhelmed. Too many things on the to-do list, not enough time or money, that sort of thing. I usually go the gym during my lunch break and get in a short workout. My shoulders and arms were telling me that they didn’t want to swim or lift heavy things that day, so I decided to go to the greenway for a little stroll. Some fresh air and time with the trees seemed like a good idea. Continue reading “He Restores”