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One of the most empowering
life lessons
I’ve learned
is that I can reach out
on faith
and expect to touch
beyond the limits
of my current vision.
I can sow seeds
of love and application
and expect to grow
in truth and commitment.
I can let my little light
shine
and expect to see
God’s love,
grace,
and mercy
shining back at me
and showing me The Way!

This is a painting made with Golden acrylics, Jacquard acrylics, mica, watercolor, walnut ink and FW acrylic ink on Kozo rice paper.

I’m an abstract-expressionist painter… a mixed media, encaustic, collage artist who uses a non-objective, emotive style of creative expression and visual messaging. I create to survive, to LIVE with more JOY and less pain. ART (plus faith in God) is what sustains me.

All images © Angela L Walker, all rights reserved. Please DO NOT PIN my images on Pinterest.

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  • tori yule
    tori yuleover 2 years ago

    Beautiful words and artwork, Angela. You inspire me!

  • Thanks so much, Tori! YOU amaze and inspire me! :)

    – © Angela L Walker

  • Sandra Foster
    Sandra Fosterover 2 years ago

    Angela, what beautiful spritzing, spraying and squirting – love it. A fav ♥ too!

  • Thanks so much, Sandra! Don’t forget painting! I paint these rice and tissue papers before I embellish them with my watercolor and mica sprays. I also am able to use both sides because I paint them using freezer paper; I get a matte side and a glossy, sparkling side. Here’s the other side of this particular piece and here’s an idea of the process . :) I’m grateful for the fav of this piece too!

    – © Angela L Walker

  • Sandra Foster
    Sandra Fosterover 2 years ago

    That is so interesting Angela. Thanks for the links. Just yesterday I was painting on freezer paper and parchment. Will have to do some on the reverse side like you mentioned. Aren’t we having fun!

  • No! If you use a thin paper, you get 2 for the effort of one! You only paint on one side (it will dry as the matte side); when you peel the painted paper from the freezer paper, you get a beautiful glossy painting (in reverse of your original). What really makes for an interesting piece, is to reuse your freezer paper with a new sheet of rice paper or tissue paper. The second time, you’ll get the side you paint just as you paint it, but once FULLY dry, when you peel it off the freezer paper, this time you’ll get all the leftover paint from the previous one… which usually makes for great abstracts. These papers make good stand alone art work, or you can use them to make lovely collages. Enjoy!

    – © Angela L Walker

  • joshuatree2
    joshuatree2over 2 years ago

    This is beautiful. Your words are indeed from a loving heart in fellowship with God, His son Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Thank you for sharing. Pastor Trevor.
    http://www.philadelphiamission.org/
    See my testimony “Raised from the dead” on Youtube:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/PhiladelphiaMission/

  • BasantSoni
    BasantSoniover 2 years ago

    GRACIOUS work on B/F..grand composition too ..fav

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