Casa Blanca Lilies Print Sold!

I want to thank so very much the anonymous buyer who purchased a print of my watercolor Casa Blanca Lilies! I’d love to hear from you if you’d like to bmail me. Thanks again, and I hope you enjoy it very much! ~ Pat

At This Time of Year . . .

. . . we usually think of the baby Jesus lying in a manger. But here is a mind-boggling glimpse of the magnitude of that event:

“The God of Power, as he did ride
In his majestik robes of glorie,
Resolved to light; and so one day
He did descend, undressing all the way.”
– George Herbert
in 17th Century England

“Though he was God, he did not demand and cling to his rights as God. He made himself nothing; he took the humble position of a slave and appeared in human form. And in human form he obediently humbled himself even further by dying a criminal’s death on a cross.”

God adjusted to us so He could have a relationship with us. “He came to pay a debt He didn’t owe, because we owed a debt w…

Ruffled Begonia Watercolor featured in two groups

Thank you to the hosts of Spring Blooms and Florals, Watercolours, and Pastels, for featuring Ruffled Begonia Watercolor this week! It’s a painting I’ve done for my little granddaughter, Faith, and is painted from my RB photo called “Cascading Ruffled Begonia.” – Pat

"Reaching for the Sky" wins Challenge in Spring Blooms!

So many beautiful blooms were entered in this challenge – I wish many of them could have won also! Thank you to those who were kind enough to vote for my iris watercolor! An interesting story – It was lost sixteen years ago in a move and only about six weeks ago, when my husband brought in a box from the garage, did it reappear. I’m so happy to have the original back again! – Pat