I am so grateful to be a guest artist over at His Kingdom Come! I have chosen this bit of scripture to inspire my journal page.
5 he[a] predestined us for adoption to sonship[b] through Jesus Christ, in accordance with his pleasure and will—
My dear friend Sue Carey shared this image on Facebook and I just thought it was so appropriate for this particular message. We are Princes and Princesses of the One True King!!
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- Blick matte acrylics - red violet medium, yellow oxide, blue light
- black gesso
- Faber Castell soft pastels
- luminous opera - holbein
- golden titanium white
- target - deep sea
- strathmore journal
Head over to my etsy shop for prints and originals. I also teach online classes, two of which are Christian based. ---->> online classes
I enjoyed seeing how you go between mediums, especially the pastels and paints. I am inspired to pull out my pastels now and trying using them with paints. I also liked the black background to begin with. I wonder if black acrylic paint would do likewisein my mixed media journal.ReplyDelete
yes, you can use black acrylic paint. maybe a matte finish would work best. thanks for your sweet words! xoDelete