Tag Archives: Spiritual
Dry Creek Bed, Blackhawk State Park 9/30/12, Jacqueline Perry A tiny drop of fear can water the imagination. When I moved to the Quad Cities six years ago, someone with the best of intentions warned me not to go walking alone … Continue reading
“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.
Printmaking can be tedious. There are many steps, but it is so darned satisfying to lift the paper off of the plate to see the final outcome. The print is a surprise each time. I can pull twenty prints in a row, and experience twenty surprises. This amazes me. … Continue reading
“Prairie Milkweed Afternoon I” by Jacqueline Perry, acrylic on canvas 20″ x 24″ “Prairie Milkweed Morning” by Jacqueline Perry, acrylic on canvas 20″ x 20″ “Prairie Milkweed Afternoon II” Jacqueline Perry, acrylic on canvas 18″ x 14″ Thank you to Kathleen and Kathy … Continue reading