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DIY | Birds of a Feather

A recent project to spruce up a blank wall. If you can hold scissors and a spray paint can, you can do this too! 
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Jars for the Journey

Bulletin cover inspired by Isaiah 46:1-4 and 2 Corinthians 4:7-12, for my ordination service at Davidson College Presbyterian Church; Oxford, MS, March 2017.

Ordination bulletin cover{Paper and pen.}

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Breathe, then…

Commissioned by my friend Natalie for my-friend-and-her-sister Sarah (of Do Love Walk fame); Oxford, MS, March 2017.

{Paper, pen, and colored pencil.}

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She Persisted

For my friend Sarah; Oxford, MS, March 2017.

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{Canvas and acrylic paint.}

It’s not every day that an accidental battle cry as good as this one comes along. Of course I couldn’t resist making my own take on it.

Desert Prayer

A reflection on Psalm 143 for Davidson College Presbyterian Church’s Lenten devotional book; Cornelius, NC, January 2017.

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Turning Toward

A reflection on Isaiah 58:1-12 for Davidson College Presbyterian Church’s Lenten devotional book; Cornelius, NC, January 2017.

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To All Who Enter

For a family member’s front door; Cornelius, NC, December 2016.

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{Canvas, acrylic, and ink.}

2016 was a bit of a doozy. It seems to me like we’d do well to offer each other peace as we venture into a new year.

A Startling Star

Because I don’t have kids or pets to put on my Christmas cards; Cornelius, NC, October 2016.

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{Canvas, coffee filters, acrylic paint, paper bag, magazines, book pages, permanent marker, cardboard, bamboo sushi mat, burlap, aluminum can, aluminum foil. Used in the process: bubble wrap.}

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Pieced-Together Pages

A collaboration with special guest star T.J. Piccolo; Columbia, TN, November 2016.

fullsizeoutput_1247{Cardboard, paper bag, colored pencils, book pages, film, aluminum foil, glass.}

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