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.
This is a very amazing painting, if I do say so myself. This is a fire burning away darkness. It is a classic one I did. It is done with the finest detail. I’m so glad.
This is a painting I did for a church called Agape Fellowship. It is a wonderful congregation full of the sweetest people. It is a heart pumping love into the darkness.
I did this painting for a friend who is trying to launch a career in music. It is a Japanese kanji symbol for peace. Sorry that the photograph is faded. I took the picture with not a very good camera. It’s done on a flat canvas with gold acrylic paint for the symbol and…
I did this with some crazy colors. It was created with lots of fun. I had fun fixing the colors and doing all kinds of crazy things! You should have fun when you are being creative. Trust me, it makes way more enjoyable.
This is one I did as a rookie. I heart it so much.
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.
God’s love letter to mankind, this is meant to be a Holy Bible laying on a table. During a movie from California to Texas, it was slightly damaged, but to me it gave the painting a bigger authenticity.
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!
Space may be the final frontier, but it’s also great inspiration for artists. The moon, stars, and the beauty that is out there waiting to be tapped. These are two 12×12 canvases with some metallic paint thrown in for good measure. This is one of my favorite projects!
This is another edition of the Four Hands, but I went with some brighter colors just for fun. That’s what this one is all about! A lot of artists take their art so seriously. Sometimes, you just have to fun while you’re creating!
This is one of my favorite paintings! It is done with metallic acrylic and my own personal hand prints. The canvas is a little larger than usual. To make the four squares, I simply put on a coat of regular black, measured it out, and then used painter’s tape to protect the borders.…
Another Stainglass I named this because it is the second of my stainglass series. These are widely popular for some reason. I’m glad because I love them! These are fun, creative, and just enduring. This one was done with brighter acrylic paints on an 18×24 canvas.