Tag Archives: Nature Explore
“As a deer longs for flowing streams, so my soul longs for you, O God.” Psalm 42:1 This week, I came across two drawings that I did while in seminary. My schedule was pretty screwed up back then. More times than … Continue reading
What a fun time last night during my “gallery talk” at church. I hung a number of art pieces from the summer and gave a PowerPoint presentation from my sabbatical. Thanks, Beth, Linda, Amy, and others for bringing the great … Continue reading
Drawing means to sketch something with lines. It also means to pull out from a source, like drawing water from a deep well.
McFeely Trailhead (stage 1) by Jacqueline Perry, acrylic on canvas 24″ x 24″ Trailhead a point where a trail begins [dictionary.com]. Last August, another painting buddy and I spent the morning landscape painting near Clyde, Pennsylvania at Buttermilk Falls. The county … Continue reading
© Jacqueline Perry, “Two Trunks” Thanks to the Arbor Day Foundation at http://www.arborday.org/ for connecting children with nature and for sharing a few quotes about trees: “The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness.”–John Muir “The earth brought forth … Continue reading