September’s Susan Walker Art Bible Art Journaling

When we get together, I want to encourage you in your faith, but I also want to be encouraged by yours.” Romans 1:12 To lift up and glorify God is always the very first class goal. Beyond that, it’s my aim that you enjoy the project, you are pleased with the end result, and you’ve […]

Time to think VACATION Simple Sketching Supplies

Those of us who are creative HAVE to pack some art supplies. You just never know when the inspiration may strike! And we know that can be ANYTIME, especially on trips!! So here are a few of my favorite things… add a bag to fit it all and just grab and go. This selection can […]

Meditation w/Essential Oils

July 20 6-7:30 pm Let the fragrance of Lavender guide you as you are instructed by Linda Despines,RN, Holistic Life Strategies Practitioner, Reiki Master/Teacher, Certified Yoga Instructor, Certified Akashic Record Consultant/Teacher, and Plant Spirit Healing Practitioner during this meditation journey. Lavender & other essential oils discussed with an opening on 101 uses & safety. A […]

Daffodil Watercolor Sketch

Do what you can with the moments you have….you too could be pleasantly surprised! 💙 Sketchbook page all ready with some snippets of paper.I began sketching in the car. On the way out of studio a little early to bus I wanted to squeeze in a bit if sketching. I grab a daffodil. Something other […]

Did you DRAW in that Bible?!

HEREI never would of imagined I would be one of THOSE. My early years of catholic school are still are with me in that I would never dream of writing in a book let alone a BIBLE! But her I am doing it, LOVING IT! Growing closer to God. I was slow to start. First […]

An Angry Fish Head, it’s Sketchy!

         Tom made smoked trout spread for one of our Easter snacks. This fish head, this angry looking fish head I thought would be cool to sketch. I used a carpenters pencil. It right off helps me to be looser in my lines, though it was quite challanging with that eye looking […]

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