Acrylic on canvas 24×30 Space is at a premium in the city. Houses give way to condos, parking spaces are not taken for granted, and yards are exchanged for public parks. I appreciate the effort made to make shared spaces
Acrylic on canvas 24×30 Ever feel like you’re in a little pond looking out at the big wide world wondering when it will be your turn? At times wondering if I will get to see my dreams come to fruition.
Acrylic on canvas 16×20 I’d place myself firmly in the suburbanite category. While I don’t love driving, I’m thankful to have a car and be in charge of where I go and when. I like driveways and parking lots. Parallel
Acrylic on canvas 16×20 Ebenezer is the name of a place in ancient Israel, but also the name given to a rock by the prophet Samuel. The rock was to serve as a reminder of what God had done for
Acrylic on canvas 16×20 As I walked around the park there was the occasional runner, or dog walker, but mostly it was the homeless hanging out and birds. Swans, ducks, geese, herons, pigeons…all very used to people, not giving up
Acrylic on canvas 16×20 This painting shows one of the many old oak trees that surround Lake Eola. I was facing east looking down East Central Blvd which runs along the south side of Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando.
God Working in Africa Karabo sat shyly in the small group circle as the Youth With A Mission (YWAM) students talked through what they had just seen. This was the third day Karabo had attended this small group, and each