To all of my fellow believers, I painted the cross into a sea of bronze and gold. Can you find it? I hid it intentionally, but it is there. It is muted. It is a part of the painting, but not even necessarily the main part. Why is that? Shouldn’t our faith be easy to…
If you have been exploring my Librarium, you may know that I spent some time training to become an artist. Please know, I do not consider in any standing with the greats like Leonardo Da Vinci, Joel Pollack, or Vincent Van Gough. It is quite the opposite actually. I do not even consider myself an artist…
Creator is part of the Hebrew series. It is one I did for a friend of mine. It is smaller canvas done with a blue background and golden lettering.
Based on Isaiah 9:6, where it describes Jesus as Wonderful, Counselor, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace, it perfectly compliments my Hebrews series.
Redeemer: Christ is our Redeemer. He saved us and sanctified us. It is done with a white background and golden letters. It, too, is in that Hebrew series that I started.
Okay, I know they’re are only two angels named in the Bible, but that’s okay. In this small, 6×6 paintings, I used metallic paint to show the angels in the midst of fire. These were done on wooden canvases and with acrylic paint.
Trees and forests have always intrigued me. All of the vibrant colors testing the imagination. So here it is, this tree holds the key to imagination. Do we dare enter it? This one might seem amateurish, but it is another painting where I had fun!
This is one of the first paintings I did as a Creative Arts student. It represents fire going through and burning out all of the bad stuff. In other words, refined through fire. That is what The Fire Burns (the name of the painting) means. I did it with sponges and acrylic paint.