Luke 2:7 And she brought forth her firstborn Son, and wrapped Him in swaddling clothes.
Mixed media: watercolor, acryilic inks, and gouache, "Silent Night, Holy Night" is on a sheet of 6.75 x 4.75 inches 300# Arches watercolor paper. To see a larger version, please click here.
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Look closely and you will see the destiny of this tiny babe, another painting in the Marian series.
"Destiny" will be available as cards soon, and ready for Christmas, one year from now, 2011. Prior to Christmas 2011, they will be available in the University of Dayton Marian exhibit by mid-June 2011. To see all I have done for this exhibit thus far, please click here.
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Harvest Glory received the honor of FIRST PLACE in the Western Ohio Watercolor Society's Winter Exhibit. To see how this painting was created, STEP BY STEP, please click here.
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"My Son, Oh, my Son!" The Blood, nothing but the Blood unites all Christians: the Blood of Jesus, the Son of God, the Son of Mary. Oh, how she must have wept and wept for Her Son! My own sons, Matthew and Brian, are so precious to me. I would be devastated if I lost one of them. I have family members who have had to bury their sons. It rips the heart into shreds. There is only one place of solace: The Father. However hard this is for us to handle; there is Hope: hope for a future in Heaven. There is a re-uniting of loved ones. I have to hang on to that Eternal Hope. Have you lost a loved one recently? I pray you will grow to know this Hope in a very real and sustaining way and that you will be forever comforted knowing your loved one is in His Everlasting Arms. This painting was inspired by a recent trip to the Holy Land Experience in Orlando, Florida, and based upon a photo I took of the Passion Play. What an inspiring visit I had. Please leave your comment below. To see a much larger version of this painting, please click here.Comment on or Share this Article →