This opportunity meant pushing myself way out of my comfort zone, but the possibilities were too great to let it pass by. Many friends and family members played such a big part in making this happen that I had to honor their support. When Friday the 13th came, I was getting myself ready for the… Read more »
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Scott announcing his Legacy of Love painting for Kate at the reception. He followed with reading his love list out loud for all of us teary guests to witness. It was so romantic, sweet and courageous! The Unveiling! My heart is jumping on cloud nine. Photographs by award winning Silverbox Photographers.
2013 was a year of digging through the things I value most and trying to narrow it down to the most essential one, two or three. It’s been a challenge. As I looked back through the challenges life threw at me expressing love and gratitude to my husband, kids and dear friends was an essential… Read more »
They started their relationship fresh and separated themselves from what was familiar to them. Thus, giving my folks an opportunity to face the trial of a new culture and test out a new set of skills together and alone. They were far from support of either family, close friends or familiar cultural influences. I imagine… Read more »
There was a point in my life, about four years ago when I was forced to face my big-gest fear. I had to surrender all the plans I mapped out for the future. I was really looking forward to my plans: I was going to move back to the states and apply to grad school…. Read more »
The harmony of unity. I am aiming not to paint the outward appearance of it, but the inward significance.
My father and I share a love for art and a space for creating it. I hope you enjoy reading this VOX Magazine article written about our collective creativity “These two artists work in close quarters. Jenny McGee, who takes the right half of the art studio, paints in abstraction with long, sweeping acrylic paint*…. Read more »
Today marks my 4th year of cancer free-ness!! In 2009, I received the most unexpected news. My husband and I were living as missionaries in El Salvador and my days were filled mothering two small children. Then one day, I found out that I had an aggressive form of cancer. Many life lessons presented themselves throughout… Read more »
“You turned Left,” which is a significant part of Piet’s life changing, but simple, act of turning away from a life of emptiness and into a life of God’s work. Read on!
Do you ever feel like starting over or that something is just not finished yet. That was what I experienced with this painting. It is two paintings in one. The painting underneath was part of a figural series that represented my healing process when I was recovering from breast cancer. The underneath painting in particular… Read more »