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Hey all: Just a heads up...there is a Christian painters conference and workshop coming up the middle of May in Ashland, OR. It should be a great event.
David, your painting is moving. The sacrifice of love.
Billie, I love your photography. Roses are some of my favorite subject matter.
Chris, I really like the use of color in your sky. And the simplicity of the painting invites the viewer to write the story. Nice.
Dean, that is a really interesting composition. A good reminder that the Lion of Judah is our ever present companion and protector.
Deby, thank you. I have been busy getting some of the originals on my website published and will be offering both open and limited edition prints for sale. I am also in the process of adding another fine artist's LE canvas giclees of his spiritual paintings. If anyone is on FB and would go and "like" and share my page, I would greatly appreciate it! Eileen Holtry Fine Art
I have a question for Illustrators and for Designers that I need answering:
Illustrators (and Designers); what words of wisdom would you impart to other would-be illustrators (and Designers) in creating or jump-starting a career as an Illustrator and/or Designer?
I recently made this scene. It is called No Fear, and the sub-heading is from the 23rd Psalm:
Though I walk through the shadow of death (or a post-apocalyptic wasteland) I shall fear no evil, for thou art with me.
Many people don't catch the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, or Aslan reference in it.
With the colors & missing people from the center there's a sense of nostalgia and longing for company..
Below is what I've been working on lately. The bike was an after thought .
Debra, let me know when you're back in Leiper's Fork. I'll try to come see you. I just live a few minutes from there.
Billie, beautiful work. I know you're struggling, but I'm proud of you and the steps you are taking.
Patti, how is Oregon? I'm sure it's beautiful. Let us know how you're doing with the move.
Court, I also love the quotes. I collect them too and think maybe we should start posting them here. Wadaya think?
Eileen, let us know how we can stand with you and help you with your endeavor. It's a beautiful concept and we want to support you.
How did your show go in Leipers Fork - what a cool name!
Wow, David, that is awesome! I am stunned that you did it in 15 minutes. It's amazing!
Eileen, your site is really good. I like the idea of the tours.
Thanks Court, I got the book!
I have been working a lot and navigating the rough waters of raising a teen and also working with her dyslexia - so I haven't been around a lot.
I am working on getting a mentor and putting together a mastermind group this spring. And here's a recent piece. I call it Sarah Sparkle. It's for a friend who's facing a surgery to figure out if she's got cancer.
My goal is to work on marketing - I haven't a clue for what works. But I am not discouraged. I spend everyday listening to positive material and setting goals and working toward them.
Here's a ted talk on telling others what you do that I love: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVsXO9brK7M&list=LLSkTMiVQsk4_r...
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