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I love it Tony! That's awesome!
"The Meeting" by Tony Snipes (That's me, y'all!)
I just wanted to let everyone know that my "King of The Road" oil painting below is for sale as a print. $20 for an 8x11 card stock.
Hey all: Just a heads up...there is a Christian painters conference and workshop coming up the middle of May in Ashland, OR. It should be a great event.
David, your painting is moving. The sacrifice of love.
Billie, I love your photography. Roses are some of my favorite subject matter.
Chris, I really like the use of color in your sky. And the simplicity of the painting invites the viewer to write the story. Nice.
Dean, that is a really interesting composition. A good reminder that the Lion of Judah is our ever present companion and protector.
Deby, thank you. I have been busy getting some of the originals on my website published and will be offering both open and limited edition prints for sale. I am also in the process of adding another fine artist's LE canvas giclees of his spiritual paintings. If anyone is on FB and would go and "like" and share my page, I would greatly appreciate it! Eileen Holtry Fine Art
I have a question for Illustrators and for Designers that I need answering:
Illustrators (and Designers); what words of wisdom would you impart to other would-be illustrators (and Designers) in creating or jump-starting a career as an Illustrator and/or Designer?
I recently made this scene. It is called No Fear, and the sub-heading is from the 23rd Psalm:
Though I walk through the shadow of death (or a post-apocalyptic wasteland) I shall fear no evil, for thou art with me.
Many people don't catch the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, or Aslan reference in it.
With the colors & missing people from the center there's a sense of nostalgia and longing for company..
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