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What Were You Created to Do?

Published March 14, 2012 in Art , Blog , Life , Watercolor - 0 Comments

I am reading a book entitled 48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller. For those interested, the forward is written by finance counselor, David Ramsey. Mr. Miller’s book is a 48-day guide to discovering what you are uniquely called by God to do. His theme verse is Ecclesiastes 3:13, “That every man find pleasure in […]

St.Peter’s Catholic Church, Libertytown

Published February 3, 2012 in Art , Blog , Watercolor - 0 Comments

Last month on display at Christiana Homeschool Academy was “Midnight Mass”, the winter watercolor of St.Peter’s. The original was sold to Jean Goodacre who has been a parishioner at St Peter’s since 1987 so 2012 is her 25th year there. She was married there in the old church in 1991 and her two children received […]

St. Peters “Midnight Mass” Displayed at CHA

Published November 23, 2011 in Art , Blog , Watercolor - 0 Comments

This month displayed in Christiana’s office is an original of St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Libertytown.  Titled “Midnight Mass”, the painting is a nighttime scene of people coming out of the church with snow falling. The view is facing the entrance of the new sanctuary. This is the “winter” of the four season series which […]

Artwork This Month At CHA

Published October 14, 2011 in Art , Blog , Watercolor - 0 Comments

This month, displayed in Christiana’s school office, is a water color giclee called “North America’s Boast”. Travelers to the U.S. marvel at our male cardinals. The photo that I painted from had a very blue sky. My teacher wouldn’t have me do a red bird, blue sky, so I did a variegated wash giving a feel […]

January/February Art Blog

Published January 25, 2011 in Art , Blog , Watercolor - 0 Comments

Last month I began hanging 2 pictures at CHA per month. In the office this month is the new Assateague painting which now has a name. “Sunrise at Assateague” contrasts “Assateague’s Wild Trio.” In the Wild Trio you have a stormy sky, wild birds, and charging ponies. In contrast, “Sunrise at Assateague” has two ponies […]

2009 Barnstormers Update

Published July 1, 2009 in Art , Blog , Watercolor - 0 Comments

On June 20th, I participated again in the Barnstormers event. Forty-one artists showed in the rain to paint local historic barns. There was a tour of the 10 barns with docents at each barn to explain the history of the barn. Four artists were assigned to each barn. Katrina and I headed over to the […]