Read more: Kildeer on Lake Huron Beach
I enjoy painting Kildeer; they are one of my favorite shore birds. This one hangs out on a small rocky point on Lake Huron in North Michigan. I went with a limited palette for this one: burnt umber, burnt sienna, ultramarine blue, yellow ochre and titanium white.
Read more: The Picnic Tables: Prophetic Art
Last week, I had another dream, which the picture above (in pencil) illustrates. In this dream, I was at the top of a large, grassy hill that led to a field below. Jesus took me by the hand, and we began running down, faster and faster. As we ran, He and I took the hand…
Read more: Egret in the Marsh
I have spent a lot of time walking near, around and in the marshes of North Michigan. This is the habitat where black flies and mosquitoes like to live – but it is all worth it to catch sight of an egret like this one! This painting is based on one that hangs out in…
Read more: The Believers and the Judges
Recently, I had a dream that impacted me strongly when I woke up. I felt it was a real call to prayer, and so I am sharing this here. I make no claims that “this is what is going to happen” since dreams are symbolic, and to be honest, I am still praying about what…
Read more: Geese taking off in late afternoon: acrylic painting
I love the birds around Lake Huron, and last week I saw this beautiful sight that I decided to paint: Canadian Geese beginning to fly just before sunset. I used the following colors for this painting: ultramarine blue, cerulean blue; cadmium red medium; titanium white; burnt umber and Lamp Black.