Category: Art Which Moved My Soul

Tom Sawyer Whitewashing the Fence by Norman Rockwell

One of my very favorite books is Mark Twain’s Tom Sawyer.  I think it’s genius the way it can be describing reality and slide right into Tom’s dramatized perception of life, so subtly and yet you know exactly what’s going on.  Mark …

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Holding Heaven by Ron DiCianni

The title of this image says it all, really; imagine not only knowing Jesus and realizing He is God’s Son, or holding a baby you know is special.  But holding Heaven.  It’s profound.  Seriously, just let that sink in for a …

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Uncle Dan’s Easle by Daniel F. Gerhartz

Without knowing anything about the story behind this piece, one can guess from the title that the artist, Daniel F. Gerhartz, was painting his niece.  It’s touching that she would so completely immerse herself in her uncle’s hobby; she looks …

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Morgan Weistling Paints Joy and Contentment

This beautiful image by Morgan Weistling is one that would touch the hearts of people in many places in their walks in life.  Perhaps you’re a parent, and the scene brings you into the experience of watching two of your …

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Yongsung Kim Represents Jesus Saving

Yongsung Kim’s depiction of Jesus reaching through the waves to save the sinking Peter is breathtakingly powerful.  Peter had accepted Jesus’ invitation to step out of his boat and walk across the water toward his Master, but in a crucial …

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La Lecture by Renoir

I love La Lecture by Renoir.  It’s a painting I really relate to.  The scene is of two girls who resemble in uncanny accuracy myself and my best friend Emily.  We’ve always had much in common, but one thing we have especially …

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