“50 Oil Paintings Inspired by my Christian Faith”
Collection of 50 works of art: a coffee table book, fashion, prints, and videos
From Natalie: “This art is an imaginary scene. I’ll repeat what I said about the painting ‘Kitchen Devotions‘: ‘…this was an interesting experiment that I push myself to do occasionally (paint from my imagination, without a plan or anything to look at for a reference). This kind of painting is freeing and often results in something quite original.’ For ‘Dove in a Forest’, I created a rather odd collage of images to look at. I wanted to make sure I got the basic anatomy of the dove represented enough as to be recognizable as that type of bird, rather than just a white bird in general. The forest and path took off on their own. I didn’t allow myself to overthink where to put the dove, or make any fretful plans. I painted while listening to music, and let all worries go. I trusted that the painting would become whatever it was meant to be, and maybe I wouldn’t even show anyone. Well, of all my paintings, this is the one that spoke deeply to a friend of mine. This was the first print I ever sold. I will post a picture she sent me of this art in a frame in her home. Letting go, trusting… I wasn’t sure what this painting was meant to be about. Peace? Lately I’ve been feeling this phrase attached to it: ‘Holy Spirit, You are Welcome Here.’ But, art is a language that you interpret on your own. If I have to translate for you, I’ve not communicated well. Whatever it means to you, is what it means. God bless you.”
Watch Natalie paint this art (scroll down this page). Order gallery quality prints, here:
Small Print “Dove in a Forest”
All small prints are approximately 8 x 10. Giclee Somerset Velvet Fine Art paper. Free shipping. No frame.
Medium Print “Dove in a Forest”
All medium prints are approximately 16 x 20. Giclee Somerset Velvet Fine Art paper. Free shipping. No frame.
Large Print “Dove in a Forest”
All large prints are approximately 24 x 30. Giclee Somerset Velvet Fine Art paper. Free shipping. No frame.