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.
I created this stained glass window as part of the stained glass class I took in college. The assignment was to make something that would be permanently hung in the hallway of one of our classroom buildings, and mine is now over our study center. … Continue readingCeltic Cross
Every summer of my childhood, my family would go camping several times. The evenings around the campfire were some of the most special moments, as we’d gather around, make mountain pies and s’mores, and sing a good mix of praise songs and old folk songs. … Continue readingFireside Praise
This oil painting is a self portrait. At first, I wasn’t thrilled about painting my own face, but my instructor insisted that he had a picture of me which he deemed too lovely to be left alone and he wanted me to be the one … Continue readingA Part of Me Unseen
It cannot be expressed how deeply I appreciate the beauty of God’s creation. The more you notice it and let yourself enter into its splendor, the more spellbound you are. I truly do not think it is possible for humans to grasp the greatness and … Continue readingBeauty
This oil is of my nephew Samuel holding my niece Sophia. Before Sophia was born, Sam desperately wanted the baby to be a puppy, but when a human girl emerged he loved her more than any other big brother I’ve ever seen. He was constantly … Continue readingA Brother’s Love
It has often been emphasized to me that the death Jesus died for each of our sakes was the most physically excruciating death humanly possible. And yet despite that, the greatest agony of all was the separation He would have had to have felt from … Continue readingEmbracing His Cross