Recently I was at a conference and one of the speakers briefly mentioned the conversation Mary may have had with little Jesus (Yeshua) about how he was conceived. Wait…think how special a conversation that would have been!!! Whether it happened or not, just the thought … Continue readingConnecting with Little Yeshua
During our engagement photo shoot (done by my sister!) my husband Silvio and I got to dance in one of the hallways at our old school. I had to paint it.
John chapter 11 tells the story of the death of Jesus’ dear friend Lazarus. I am struck in this passage by the depth of feeling Jesus has for the people he has grown close to. When Mary dashes out of her home to meet him, … Continue readingJesus Wept
Recently I got to go with my family on the annual trip to the beach. We’ve gone every year, and we always camp out about a mile from the ocean. As we all get older and move off to make our own lives, time like … Continue readingStarlight Music
One of the best parts of my childhood was the annual trip to the beach. What great bonding time as a family, but also–the freedom of the ocean, the wildness and the presence of God! This is a painting of my sister and me facing … Continue readingFacing Adventure
Happy Father’s Day! This painting is of a moment I dreamed of my whole life, and a memory I now cherish–the father-daughter dance at my wedding. We danced to the “Christmas Waltz” from the Cowboy Christmas CD that holds so many memories for my family. … Continue readingFather-Daughter Dance
Psalm 104: Bless the LORD, O my soul! O LORD my God, thou art very great! Thou art clothed with honor and majesty, who coverest thyself with light as with a garment, who hast stretched out the heavens like a tent, who hast laid the … Continue readingClothed in Majesty
I painted this picture for Mother’s Day. The picture speaks for itself–a precious moment leading up to my wedding.
How Mary must have loved the infant Jesus.
I painted this from a photo I took several years ago of my brother teaching my nephew to fish. So many precious family memories–they make painting even more fun than it already was.