Monday, July 13, 2015

Don't Be Afraid of Color

My husband drew this picture of one of God's beautiful creatures and I colored it with Prismacolor pencils.

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Expressed Worship

This is a black and white watered down acrylic painting on canvas. This painting was commissioned by a church to be painted during a worship event. It was to demonstrate that worship can be expressed in many forms; singing, dancing, and painting (art). This canvas has several layers of paint each layer runs following the last layer applied; it creates a great effect for obtaining various shades and adding random unplanned characteristics.

Painted Statue

This is a black and white acrylic painting on canvas. This image is of a Civil War statue. The statue is part of the Civil War Memorial. This painting took about 30 hours to complete.

Little Something

Just a little something that kept me busy for a couple days! (Prismacolor pencils)

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Darth Vader Color Pencil

This was a project that I worked on for my brother for Christmas. The picture on the right is the actual copy of Darth Vader that I printed from the internet, and the in complete copy on the left is my coloring using Prisma color pencils. This coloring took about 20 hours.

Lord Keep Me in Tune

One day I discovered that my husbands pap-pa had wrote a prayer about the Lord keeping him in tune. I secretly got a copy of the prayer and decided to paint it onto my very first violin and give it to him as a gift. It brought tears to his eyes, the sentiment of the violin and the importance of the prayer.