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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

WOYWW: Painting, Painting, Painting


I've been busy!  I finished a mother and child painting (top right).  See how it started out in last Friday's post.  I also started out three smaller ones.  I'm planning to have an Easter giveaway and I thought an angel would be nice to make.  Be sure and come back to visit me if you would like a chance to win.

What's on your workdesk this morning?  Come join the WOYWW fun of showing off your desk or taking a peek at desks from all over the world.


We're celebrating Holy Week, for me, a good time to reflect on God's love and mercy, new every morning.  Do you celebrate Holy Week? I'm sharing this illustration from my prayer journal in Word Art Wednesday.

19 blog hugs:

martinealison said...

J'aime la douceur et la délicatesse qui règnent dans votre travail...
Je vous souhaite une heureuse semaine et une joyeuse Pâques.
Gros bisous

Lisa Richards said...

Your journal entries are such a good example of using art for God's glory! They always bless my socks off! :)
Lisa
(no # yet)
Pen and Ink...and maybe some paint...

Neet said...

Lovely artwork as usual. Blessed Easter to you.
Hugs, Neet xx 1

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Lovely work to share Patsy, such a great creative space today! love the pardoning of our inequities on verse below as far as the east is from the west - if we seek that forgiveness in Jesus name, what a gift of God.
Thanks so much for for sharing ~ happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz.x #14

butterfly said...

What beautiful paintings - we could really do with those rays of sun here at the moment! I've missed a few, but happy to be back (and with my mother in tow this time!)... Happy WOYWW!
Alison x
#36

Lucy said...

While I'm not celebrating Easter week, I am celebrating your work. You always make such lovely pictures. I'll be sure to swing by for the giveaway. Have a great week and thanks for sharing! Lucy #37 x

Julia Dunnit said...

Gorgeous warm and radiant entry in your book today Peggy - how you make the colured pencils work for you is such a gift!

Annie said...

I'm having a whiz around a few desks while my twinnies have their morning nap :-)It may depend how long they go down for as to how many I get to see this morning. :-)
Have a great week.
Hugs,
Annie x #44

Heather Alger said...

Wonderful creativity, your art is so Beautiful x
Happy WOYWW heather #86

Ria Gall said...

your paintings are always so beautiful and the ones on your desk today are and example of this. I really enjoy visiting your desk
Have a really great WOYWW day
Ria #94

Carol Yates said...

Your work is always so inspiring. Yes I celebrate Easter week, I will be at the Mass of the Last Supper tomorrow, the Passion on Friday, and am a Eucharistic Minister on Easter Sunday. Have a Joyful Easter.
Carol.x #106

Caro said...

I so love your journal pages...mine features John 11:25-26today as I begin to reflect upon the cross. Have a very Happy Easter. Thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW. Caro x #73

~Sue C said...

WOW! I've had a really bad week and this is one more blessing I can now add to making those bad memories a little more distant. Thank you for sharing. Wishing you a blessed Easter.
Hugs, SueC#137

My name is Cindy said...

Yur work is always so beautiful! Love the mother and child painting and your main is great too. Happy Easter! Cindy #91

Rea said...

Beautiful, love the writing on her back.

Pallavi said...

Wow beautiful drawings! Amazing work happy woyww thanks for sharing your amazing art with us :)

Karen Letchworth said...

How incredibly awesome. Thanks for sharing your amazing art in our challenge this week.
Blessings,
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

ANNETTE HUSBAND said...

Hi
I'm new to WOYWW and had to wait till today to have a look at others desks. I love your paintings...just beautiful!
hugs
Annette In Oz

Shelley L. Snyder said...

Your work is very beautiful. I have recently become interested in attempting scripture journaling/art journaling, and although I'm not an artist, I do like to draw and am learning to paint on my own (I did have a few lessons about 10 years ago). I also took a drawing course about 8 years ago in university, and want to get back into it. I thought this type of journaling might help :).

I've bookmarked your site, and will definitely be back!

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