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Painting Notes:

This painting illustrates the famous verse from the letter to the Galatians, chapter 5 verse 22-23. This was originally written by the Apostle Paul in the first century AD as an encouragement and spiritual teaching to some of the first believers in Jesus.
I have illustrated this verse with a nod to the artistic styles of the Celtic scribes and illuminators of the 8th century, and William Morris's arts and crafts movement. I have also incorporated my signature "organic interweaving" as a way of suggesting that this "fruit" in all its expressions requires a process of interacting experiences and resulting growth.
This painting has been professionally framed in a delightful gold ornate frame, with Artglass AR 70 (TM), which is non-reflective, scratch-resistant and chosen by the finest museums in the world.  It is strung and ready to hang. Please note that I cannot ship this outside the UK due to the glass. Collection is recommended, or I can arrange personal delivery.
This painting will be reproduced as a card; please visit MFaithArt on Etsy.

This is the second version of a watercolour I painted especially for the Christmas season of 2020. It has been printed as a card and used for spreading the message of hope as expressed in the Gospel of John.

I was commissioned by two churches to create this piece for the front of a Gospel tract and poster they wanted to produce. They had the beginning idea of a crown of thorns (corona means crown) and a close-up image of a virus. I got to work and creativity began to flow.... I wanted to transmit the message that God's goodness is greater than evil, that Jesus's finished work on the cross absorbs and takes away sin and disease, and that light shines through the darkness, giving hope.

I felt inspired to bring this wonderful exhortation from Psalm 96:9 to life.

Thick paint has been used liberally to form textures and shapes, hinting at outstretched angel wings similar to the Ark of the Covenant design, in a stance of total respect, humility and esteem for the God who deserves our highest regard and adoration. In the bottom of the picture are shapes suggesting outstretched hands.

The reflective brilliance of the 24kt gold represents the brilliance of God in the highest and how we as his family should be reflecting his glory. It is a coming together of heaven and earth; something powerful and pure. I felt white and misty pastel tones were necessary to set off the luxurious writing and to transmit the precious holiness of God.

This painting would be ideal for a church, or worship/devotional area.

This painting was commissioned by a church minister. The symmetry of this beautiful lion was important to get perfect in this painting, as well as the sense of dignity, grace and power. No-one needs to tell a lion that it's a lion!

This painting deserved incredible attention to detail and it took several weeks. Before it went to its owner it was professionally photographed and I have the permission to reproduce up to 70 prints.

To buy a card or print of this painting, visit my cards and print shop.

This client wanted the words to look like they were written in liquid gold on top of a bird's-eye-view of the UK.

This astounding statement is from Paul’s letter to the Romans 11:36. Nothing is hidden from the eyes of the Creator; the One who made all existence is able to run throughout it like the force of electricity through a network. This painting has been printed as a Bible Verse card (see my cards and prints shop).

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This intuitive painting was inspired by beholding someone singing their heart out to the Lord in humility but with energy. I really feel that the colours, softness and sweeping movements that came to me while painting this express what words cannot say.

Based on Jeremiah 20:9-12, and other Words to do with living water, the uncontainable nature of God, and "one like a Son of man".

A prophetic, intuitive painting, inspired by a song. This painting was created to give visual accompaniment to a CD album.

This painting was created to bring visual life to the famous and enduring first words of the Gospel of John.

Flowing lines have been incorporated into the archaic-looking text to help communicate the timeless power of the spoken words of Jesus and to draw upon the ancient and enduring traditions of the Judeo-Christian Bible.

The New Testament was written in Greek, but Hebrew is closer to what Jesus would have actually spoken. This is the transliteration:
“Ha ruach hi hamechaiah: habasar einu mo-il klum. Ha dvarim she debarti alechem ruach hem ve chaim."