“Possibilities.”

A new month means new possibilities. Which is actually the title of one of Marie Scott’s newest pieces from her “Marsh Memories” series. You can enjoy this painting for the next 30 days by downloading and using her September calendar as your computer wallpaper.

A new calendar for June.

Focus on what is Good… I love plants. Plants are neutral. Plants are beautiful. I like to focus my energy on painting plants. That feels more productive to me than gardening, which is an uphill battle. One definitely worth the fight, but an ongoing, never-ending battle, nonetheless. Paintings of plants don’t grow weeds. Paintings of […]

A picture of HOPE for your March Desktop

“Gardenia” is the name of my most recent oil painting. It was inspired by a photo I took one warm and dewey summer morning in my backyard. Nothing beats the fragrance of a large mass of flowering Gardenia bushes. I hope this calendar is a reminder to you that this long winter we have had […]

my 24-hour painting is done! “main st. bridge”

“You win some you lose some.” Since moving to Greenville in 2008, when it comes to my art, I feel like it’s been more heavily weighted to the “lose some” side. So much so, that I almost didn’t participate in Greenville’s Metropolitan Arts Council’s  FLAT OUT UNDER PRESSURE competition that took place on January 7 […]

Not feeling the “Merry?”

Christmas isn’t a feel-good holiday for everyone. If you’re needing some HOPE in your life, the message our pastor gave on Sunday helped to lift my spirits. You can listen to “THE MONARCHY WE NEED” by clicking here.

a painting for Haiti

Today is the first day of the 2010 Together For Adoption National Conference. It’s being held both today and tomorrow in Austin, Texas. With over 160 million orphans worldwide, this conference exists to educate people on how to practically live out “James 1:27” which says we are to care for orphans and widows in their […]

I’ve got Haiti on my mind…

If you follow my blog, then you may have seen all my posts about the painting I recently did for the orphans of Haiti. TOMORROW is the big day. The bidding starts on “HAITI: we have not forgotten”! If this isn’t enough to keep my mind thinking about Haiti — get this: 1.) On Tuesday […]

these are real people I’m painting (“HAITI: we have not forgotten” part 5/5)

I’m in the home stretch of this painting I’m creating for the 2010 Together For Adoption Conference. It’s called “HAITI: We Have Not Forgotten.” It will be auctioned off in an effort to hopefully raise at least $10,000 to help the orphans in Haiti. Here’s photos from Day 10 and 11… Wrapping up a painting […]

beauty in the rubble (“HAITI: We Have Not forgotten” part 4/5)

If you’ve been following my blog, then you know I’m in the midst of talking about a painting I’m creating as a donation to the 2010 Together For Adoption Conference, and their efforts to raise money for the orphans of Haiti. Day 8 into my painting called  “HAITI: We have Not Forgotten” was the low […]

hanging out the wash (“Haiti: We Have Not Forgotten” part 3/5)

How do you stay clean while living in a tent? How do you live in a tent with strangers? How do you move on when your life and city has been devastated by an earthquake? I do not know. I’ve spent seven days trying to untangle a very complicated painting. But that’s about my biggest […]