I am working on the sketchbook project for 2018. It is a small little sketchbook that will be in The Brooklyn Art Library.
The theme I picked is “no worries”. I believe no matter where you live in the world we all have worries but if we put our faith in Jesus Christ we are saved by grace. We can give our worries to him and have joy and peace inside no matter what troubles are in the world.
I am painting global women from all around the world who are determined to live a life filled with joy and peace in their hearts or you could call it no worries.
These are not perfect women, they are just ordinary women living with their faith in God who has granted them the grace of salvation.
Hope you will enjoy seeing these women. Meet Bethany.
This is a name that is both Christian and trendy. It means grace or gift in Hebrew.
Joanna is shown as the wife of Chuza, steward to Herod Antipas while being listed as one of the women who “had been cured of evil spirits and infirmities” who accompanied Jesus and the Apostles, and “provided for Him from their substance.
It is VERY COLD in Florida. Who would have guessed. I am not a winter person and therefore have been staying home as much as possible. The cold weather inspired me to do “January Girl”
“Lilac Girl” was inspired from book I read titled, “Lilac Girls.” I hope this painting inspires women to fight for freedom, love, and second chances. You can also check this painting out on my site.
I added a picture of the book. it is based on real women in history. It is a very powerful and emotional read.
Grace, n underserved, unmerited, unearned, favor.
I am a Christian, I’m not perfect, I mess up, but God’s Grace is bigger than my sins.
A thousand times I have failed and still your mercy remains, and if I stumble again I’m caught in your Grace.
Every weakness you have is an opportunity for God to show his strength in your life.
My Grace is sufficient for you, for My power is made perfect in weakness.
2 Corinthians 12:9
Sold today at Blue Morning Gallery!
Change can be good or bad, it all depends on how you adapt to it. I decided to give some of my art a new look, change, or different view. What do you think? see more here!