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.
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 handContinue reading “The Picnic Tables: Prophetic Art”
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 inContinue reading “Egret in the Marsh”
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 whatContinue reading “The Believers and the Judges”
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.