Every few years, I like to freshen things up a bit on my sites, and it’s that time again. Until I finish moving things around and pretty-ing it up, though, it may look a little messy around here. Please bear with me!
In the meantime, I’ve added some new work to my gallery/portfolio, so please check out my Art & Illustration page. Here’s a taste of what you’ll find. Thanks for visiting!
The past month has been rather hectic, putting me behind on my blog posts and reading. Let us hope March is better than February!
A few months ago, I decided to try my hand at Bible journaling, which is a way of meditating on the Scriptures through art. Today I’m sharing the illustration I did on the first sin and the murder of Abel.
The photo is a little blurry; I’m having issues with my camera. Sorry about that!
I hope to be back on schedule with my posting next week. See you then.
This is a colored pencil painting I completed early last fall. It was inspired by the Hudson River School artist Albert Bierstadt’s “Yosemite.” Mine is a more simplified composition which uses brighter colors, and it’s done in colored pencil while Bierstadt’s is oil. But I love the Hudson River School and just had to try something to give it my own spin.
Here’s Bierstadt’s “Yosemite.”