Monthly Archive: July, 2013


“Late into the night, her heart cries silently, pleading to be rescued. She wears invisible shackles because she is chained to sorrow. She is a child with no childhood, a girl with no… Continue reading

Chained to Sorrow

Reflecting on “invisible shackles” and “chained to sorrow” (to be revealed after the completion of a few pieces from the series I’m currently working on).  Also, meditating on “I sought the Lord, and… Continue reading

Crying To Be Heard

I’m currently working on a series of paintings that deal with pleading to be rescued or to be heard.  Meditating on these words from Psalm 34:17-18. When the righteous cry for help, the… Continue reading