Saturday, November 19, 2011

On Poverty and the Word of God


I love collage!
You can actually make several versions
and choose which one you like!
I thought the eyes on this one was too big!
And she did not look filipina!
So in this version, I made the nose broader.
I still did not like how she turned out.

Tried a profile.
I think I like this one! 

This is a commissioned artwork
with a theme,
She represents the multitude of
poor people in my country.
The houses on the side are a colorful
depiction of the many squatter colonies 
we have in our overcrowded cities.

In my journal, a verse from Luke 19:48:
"All the people were hanging on to His words."

God's word is living and active and powerful,
sharper than the sharpest two-edged sword,
piercing as far as the division between soul and spirit,
of joints and marrow.
It exposes our innermost thoughts and desires.
That's what it says in Hebrews 4:12.

I believe if more people took the time to
hang on to Jesus' words and follow Him,
there would be less poverty and despair in the world!

Linking with


sneak peek
Blessings,
Patsy


24 comments:

  1. Terrific pages Patsy and love the sideview. Happy PPF and enjoy the weekend, x

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  2. Beautiful pages! The houses are so cool. The profile view is my favorite, too.

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  3. Third time's a charm, and that third painting is my favorite!
    Great to see your process...along with your creative solution! :)

    Happy PPF!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  4. I like all the versions but I think the third most reflects the sentiments you are trying to convey. Beautiful!

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  5. Oh I do like the profile of her the best! Lovely ~Happy Paint Party Friday! #9 Robin Panzer Art Studio 33

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  6. Oh yes, I think the profile is best. Love the houses, and the background too.

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  7. I like the profile as well. That's a great way to see if you like something or not. :)

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  8. I agree with you the profile on best captures what you are going for.
    T

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  9. Absolutely love the way you capture so many elements in your art.

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  10. I like the third one best too. Love your style!

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  11. I love the houses and really like the side view... they would look great as a series though... maybe you could do more backgrounds and do them as a set... that would be tripley.... is that a word???... awesome xxx

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  12. this one is wonderful!!

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  13. Great post. And, I think the world would be better in all kinds of ways if people hung onto His words.

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  14. Hi Patsy! I love the painting. Lost for words how to describe it in the most beautiful way. Have a great week ahead !

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  15. luv the colours you've used
    hugs joan in italyu

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  16. Love the colors! I especially love the art on the sideboard "Blessings". I've seen that before and totally love it!!

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  17. I really enjoy viewing your work.

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  18. I love that same thing about being able to make different versions until we like one! lol I love how you came up with the profile. Great journal page too! So glad you joined us 'in the studio' this weekend! :)

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  19. I love the profile one as well. LOVE IT!

    Blessings~
    Laura

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  20. This was such a fun post to read! I LOVED seeing all your variations and then knowing your final choice. The colors and textures in them are stunning and I too would select the profile ;) Beautiful! xo

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  21. Wonderful process and a vision of how you see the world. xox Corrine

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  22. I totally agree with you about the poverty. I like the profile picture.
    Thank you for sharing this talent with us.
    Blessings,
    Charlotte

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  23. I like all 3 but the porfile is my favorite. I like how she is looking at the little houses, acknowledging them and not turning away.

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I am so glad you dropped by! You are a blessing!
:^) Patsy