“Jesus at the Table”

“50 Oil Paintings Inspired by my Christian Faith”

Jesus at the Table oil painting by Natalie Buske Thomas

Collection of 50 works of art: a coffee table book, fashion, prints, and videos

From Natalie: “There is always enough room for you at Jesus’ table. Come as you are. Spiritual blessings will never run out.”

Matthew 14:14-21 When Jesus landed and saw a large crowd, he had compassion on them and healed their sick. As evening approached, the disciples came to him and said, “This is a remote place, and it’s already getting late. Send the crowds away, so they can go to the villages and buy themselves some food.” Jesus replied, “They do not need to go away. You give them something to eat.” “We have here only five loaves of bread and two fish,” they answered. “Bring them here to me,” he said. And he directed the people to sit down on the grass. Taking the five loaves and the two fish and looking up to heaven, he gave thanks and broke the loaves. Then he gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the people. They all ate and were satisfied, and the disciples picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces that were left over. The number of those who ate was about five thousand men, besides women and children.

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Jesus at the Table oil painting by Natalie Buske Thomas

Small Print “Jesus at the Table”

All small prints are approximately 8 x 10. Giclee Somerset Velvet Fine Art paper. Free shipping. No frame.

$33.50

Jesus at the Table oil painting by Natalie Buske Thomas

Medium Print “Jesus at the Table”

All medium prints are approximately 16 x 20. Giclee Somerset Velvet Fine Art paper. Free shipping. No frame.

$65.50

Jesus at the Table oil painting by Natalie Buske Thomas

Large Print “Jesus at the Table”

All large prints are approximately 24 x 30. Giclee Somerset Velvet Fine Art paper. Free shipping. No frame.

$98.50

Watch Natalie paint “Jesus at the Table”

Painting Shows

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Easter Special – 30 minute show devoted to painting three canvases at once, to create a panoramic landscape representing The Trinity. Each painting stands alone: painting panel one “The Father”, two “The Son”, three “The Holy Spirit”. Watch this now on BitChute, on YouTube (YouTube version is the video above) and hopefully soon the video player for this website will cooperate (it is very nice quality, but the file may be too large to host here).

Description:

Natalie begins the show with opening words of encouragement, followed by introducing the painting concept and singing traditional hymn “Holy, Holy, Holy”. After the opening, and for the duration of the show, the camera is zoomed on the canvas as Natalie paints The Trinity landscape painting. The painting sessions are time-lapsed to speed the video in some areas (various speeds, sometimes faster, sometimes slower), while other sections are shown in real time, actual speed (“live”, but previously recorded). Lyrics on screen for hymn song service.

Show Features: painting, voice-over narration, captions for the hearing impaired (and for clarity), acapella singing of familiar hymns to celebrate Easter. All phases of this production by artist Natalie Buske Thomas.

From Natalie: “Knowing how sad it may be for people to miss church on Easter Sunday, perhaps for the first time ever in their lives, I want to step up and do something special. May my show encourage you and give you hope that church services will soon resume, and when they do, the world will see faith through fresh spiritual eyes. This is an Easter like none other. Revival! He LIVES!”

This is a pioneering experience- no one has ever done an Easter show quite like this.

To be aired on Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020.

Permissions: You have permission to share this show on any site, as long as you do not modify the show, and you do not use it to condemn or ridicule Christianity in such a way as to be considered hate speech, targeting, harassment, or in any way harmful to Natalie or to people of faith.


Live Painting Shows

Live painting shows with narration, singing, and interaction with guests in the chatroom and are hosted on Periscope. Each show is approximately 30-45 minutes and features one session of a larger oil painting project that typically takes 1-3 days to complete. Large canvases may take several weeks to complete.

The next scheduled Periscope is set for Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 2:00PM, and will continue weekly thereafter. Episodes and links will appear on this page.


Live Painting Shows, Tour

Natalie is in the planning stages of scheduling a live painting tour. Events feature a pre-show “meet and greet” session. Guests are invited to view Natalie’s original collection of nearly 200 oil paintings and chat with the artist. The main show features live painting of 1-3 fast oil painting projects, for approximately an hour of entertainment. Post-show events may include workshops, sales, signings, catering/food, and/or other activities. Total event time depends on the venue and desired optional events (2 hours up to 6 hours). If your organization may be interested in hosting a show, please contact Natalie at NataliePaints@protonmail.com

“Lion and the Lamb”

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“This piece (available as prints- and also as clothing- offered for sale on this page) was inspired by seeing the beautiful religious art in the historic Cathedral of John the Baptist in Savannah. The day we visited the Cathedral, there was a baby baptism being held, and I didn’t want to intrude, but I was able to survey the interior and it was breathtaking. The Cathedral is an important stop on a tourist’s map, but it is awe inspiring for locals as well, and the church is still very active in the community.

After seeing the stained glass windows in the cathedral, I wanted to create my own vision of Christian art, in my modern-day style of an artist living in 2019, while still honoring the traditional stories and history. I imagined Jesus as both precious lamb and sacrifice, and mighty warrior Lion… King. Sheltering the lamb in the storm, the King is merciful, kind, and loving.”

Fashion Chiffon Draped Kimono Lion and the Lamb by Natalie Buske Thomas – Get yours!
“Lion and the Lamb” Kimono – please watch the product video above to get a better look

Note from Natalie: “I love this kimono. It’s comfortable and I can dress it up or down, depending on if I want to wear it formally or casually. It’s loose and open in the front (can’t see the full design), but you can wear it with a belt if you prefer the full design in the front to show (the back design is always visible). Personally, I am fine with a more subtle look in the front and I bought the largest size because I wanted something flowy and long to layer over anything. This probably looks more elegant on a taller person, but I’m 5’1 and I’m happy with it.”

“Lion and the Lamb” Kimono S/M, Free Shipping (USA)

Light weight draped chiffon kimono, suitable for layering over dresses or blouses. Machine washable. Size S/M fits bust size up to 37", Back neck to Bottom hem 23" (Note: I was wearing the size L/XL in the video, and I am usually a size M. I'm under 5 feet two, and yet I liked the long flowy length, so you might want to consider the L/XL even if you usually wear a smaller size. L/XL is offered below) Care instructions: Machine wash in cold water with a mild phosphate detergent. Do not bleach. Hang dry.

$69.00

“Lion and the Lamb” Kimono L/XL, Free Shipping (USA)

Light weight draped chiffon kimono, suitable for layering over dresses or blouses. Machine washable. Size L/XL fits bust size 37"+, Back neck to Bottom hem 25" (Note: I was wearing the size L/XL in the video, and I am usually a size M. I'm under 5 feet two, and yet I liked the long flowy length, so you might want to consider the L/XL even if you usually wear a smaller size?) Care instructions: Machine wash in cold water with a mild phosphate detergent. Do not bleach. Hang dry.

$69.00

Small Print “Lion and the Lamb”

All small prints are approximately 8 x 10. Giclee Somerset Velvet Fine Art paper. Free shipping. No frame.

$33.50

Medium Print “Lion and the Lamb”

All medium prints are approximately 16 x 20. Giclee Somerset Velvet Fine Art paper. Free shipping. No frame.

$65.50

Large Print “Lion and the Lamb”

All large prints are approximately 24 x 30. Giclee Somerset Velvet Fine Art paper. Free shipping. No frame.

$98.50

Lion and the Lamb oil painting by Natalie Buske Thomas (cropped view)
Lion and the Lamb oil painting by Natalie Buske Thomas

List of Oil Paintings in this Collection, linking to their pages here on the site, and also citing physical pages in the hardcover book:

  1. City of Savannah
    1.1 “City of Savannah” page 6-7
    1.2 “Natalie at the Fountain” page 8-11
    1.3 “House in Savannah” page 12-13
    1.4 “Guardian Lion” page 14-15
    1.5 “Autumn Angel” page 16-17
    1.6 “Steamship Savannah” page 18-19
    1.7 “Boiled Peanuts for Sale” page 20-21
    1.8 “Bulldog” page 22-23
    1.9 “Serenity Piano” page 24-25
    1.10 “Painting Colors” page 26-27
  2. Tybee Island
    2.1 “I Love Life” page 30-31
    2.2 “Living Sand Dollar” page 32-33
    2.3 “Matthew the Sea Turtle” page 34-35
    2.4 “Fungie the Dolphin” page36-37
    2.5 “Angel Releasing Dove” page 38-39
    2.6 “Flag on Tybee Island” page 40-41
    2.7 “My Kids at the Beach” page 42-43
    2.8 “Lighthouse near Tybee Island” page 44-45
  3. Birds, Reptiles and Amphibians
    3.1 “Gator and Snake” page 48-49
    3.2 “Tree Frog” page 50-51
    3.3 “Lizard” page 52-53
    3.4 “Blue Heron” page 54-55
    3.5 “Hummingbird” page 56-57
    3.6 “Painted Bunting” page 58-59
  4. Flowers and Trees
    4.1 “Pink Flower” page 62-63
    4.2 “Porch Flowers” page 64-65
    4.3 “Clover” page 66-67
    4.4 “Butterfly Tree Flowers” page 68-69
    4.5 “Savannah Tree” page 70-71
    4.6 “Dancer in a Floral Forest” page 72-73
    4.7 “Come to the Garden” page 74-77
    4.8 “Cherokee Rose” page 78-79
  5. Faith and Food
    5.1 “Floral Cross” page 82-83
    5.2 “Lenten Flower” page 84-85
    5.3 “Celtic Cross” page 86-87
    5.4 “Mary of God’s Favor” page 88-89
    5.5 “Lion and the Lamb” page 90-91
    5.6 “Breakfast with Friends” page 92-93
    5.7 “Peaches in a Bowl” page 94-95
    5.8 “Peach Cookies” page 96-97
    5.9 “Peach Pie” page 98-99
  6. Seasons and Weather
    6.1 “Pumpkins and Mums” page 102-103
    6.2 “Autumn Cottage” page 104-105
    6.3 “Spring Lambs” page 106-107
    6.4 “Peach Tree Hurricane” page 108-109
    6.5 “Eye of the Storm” page 110-111
    6.6 “God’s Promise” page 112-113
    6.7 “We Gather Together” page 114-115
    6.8 “Savannah Snow” page 116-117
    6.9 “I Believe in Santa” page 118-119

“Mary of God’s Favor”

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“The inspiration for this art is the “relief” architecture on the exterior of churches and cathedrals in the Savannah squares. I saw reliefs of Mary in a pose similar to this. I imagined her as if she could be my sister, a dear friend, family. With a colorful scene and light, my painting is a contemporary, personalized version of Mary that draws from traditional historic art.

Luke 1:30 Then the angel said to her, ‘Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor with God.’

What does it mean to have God’s favor? What a glorious blessing and comfort!

We were not meant to be slaves to fear. Imagine the words of an angel telling us not to be afraid. God is with us. What a joyful life we can have, if we are free from anxiety. Suddenly the sun shines brighter, the beauty of people and places surrounds us, and our world transforms from lifeless gray to vibrant living color.”

Mary of God’s Favor oil painting by Natalie Buske Thomas

List of Oil Paintings in this Collection, linking to their pages here on the site, and also citing physical pages in the hardcover book:

  1. City of Savannah
    1.1 “City of Savannah” page 6-7
    1.2 “Natalie at the Fountain” page 8-11
    1.3 “House in Savannah” page 12-13
    1.4 “Guardian Lion” page 14-15
    1.5 “Autumn Angel” page 16-17
    1.6 “Steamship Savannah” page 18-19
    1.7 “Boiled Peanuts for Sale” page 20-21
    1.8 “Bulldog” page 22-23
    1.9 “Serenity Piano” page 24-25
    1.10 “Painting Colors” page 26-27
  2. Tybee Island
    2.1 “I Love Life” page 30-31
    2.2 “Living Sand Dollar” page 32-33
    2.3 “Matthew the Sea Turtle” page 34-35
    2.4 “Fungie the Dolphin” page36-37
    2.5 “Angel Releasing Dove” page 38-39
    2.6 “Flag on Tybee Island” page 40-41
    2.7 “My Kids at the Beach” page 42-43
    2.8 “Lighthouse near Tybee Island” page 44-45
  3. Birds, Reptiles and Amphibians
    3.1 “Gator and Snake” page 48-49
    3.2 “Tree Frog” page 50-51
    3.3 “Lizard” page 52-53
    3.4 “Blue Heron” page 54-55
    3.5 “Hummingbird” page 56-57
    3.6 “Painted Bunting” page 58-59
  4. Flowers and Trees
    4.1 “Pink Flower” page 62-63
    4.2 “Porch Flowers” page 64-65
    4.3 “Clover” page 66-67
    4.4 “Butterfly Tree Flowers” page 68-69
    4.5 “Savannah Tree” page 70-71
    4.6 “Dancer in a Floral Forest” page 72-73
    4.7 “Come to the Garden” page 74-77
    4.8 “Cherokee Rose” page 78-79
  5. Faith and Food
    5.1 “Floral Cross” page 82-83
    5.2 “Lenten Flower” page 84-85
    5.3 “Celtic Cross” page 86-87
    5.4 “Mary of God’s Favor” page 88-89
    5.5 “Lion and the Lamb” page 90-91
    5.6 “Breakfast with Friends” page 92-93
    5.7 “Peaches in a Bowl” page 94-95
    5.8 “Peach Cookies” page 96-97
    5.9 “Peach Pie” page 98-99
  6. Seasons and Weather
    6.1 “Pumpkins and Mums” page 102-103
    6.2 “Autumn Cottage” page 104-105
    6.3 “Spring Lambs” page 106-107
    6.4 “Peach Tree Hurricane” page 108-109
    6.5 “Eye of the Storm” page 110-111
    6.6 “God’s Promise” page 112-113
    6.7 “We Gather Together” page 114-115
    6.8 “Savannah Snow” page 116-117
    6.9 “I Believe in Santa” page 118-119

“Celtic Cross”

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“After our disappointing early return to the United States after we couldn’t get our one-year “permission to remain” visa in Ireland, I thought we’d be resigned to a life in the Northern or Midwestern states. Our dream destination of Savannah opened up for us expectedly through a series of events. I had no idea that I’d feel a connection to Ireland, and my Irish heritage.

It was only after moving here that I learned that there is a big Irish community in Savannah, as many Irish immigrants settled here. Savannah has one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in the world, second only to New York City. I attended a St. Patrick’s Day parade in Cork, and it was ironically much smaller than the parade here! Savannah also holds an annual Irish festival and has a strong Irish dancing and music community.

The Celtic Cross that this painting was inspired by is in Emmet Park. It was handcarved in Ireland, and presented as a gift to the Irish of Savannah. According to Visit Historic Savannah:

‘Dedicated in December, 1983, the Celtic Cross of Irish limestone from the County of Roscommon, in West Ireland, honors Savannahians of Irish descent, a reminder that their history was one of religion as much as it was about ‘hard work, suffering and endurance.’ The monument faces Bay Street, and every year a wreath is laid at its pedestal, right before St. Patrick’s Day.'”

Celtic Cross oil painting by Natalie Buske Thomas

List of Oil Paintings in this Collection, linking to their pages here on the site, and also citing physical pages in the hardcover book:

  1. City of Savannah
    1.1 “City of Savannah” page 6-7
    1.2 “Natalie at the Fountain” page 8-11
    1.3 “House in Savannah” page 12-13
    1.4 “Guardian Lion” page 14-15
    1.5 “Autumn Angel” page 16-17
    1.6 “Steamship Savannah” page 18-19
    1.7 “Boiled Peanuts for Sale” page 20-21
    1.8 “Bulldog” page 22-23
    1.9 “Serenity Piano” page 24-25
    1.10 “Painting Colors” page 26-27
  2. Tybee Island
    2.1 “I Love Life” page 30-31
    2.2 “Living Sand Dollar” page 32-33
    2.3 “Matthew the Sea Turtle” page 34-35
    2.4 “Fungie the Dolphin” page36-37
    2.5 “Angel Releasing Dove” page 38-39
    2.6 “Flag on Tybee Island” page 40-41
    2.7 “My Kids at the Beach” page 42-43
    2.8 “Lighthouse near Tybee Island” page 44-45
  3. Birds, Reptiles and Amphibians
    3.1 “Gator and Snake” page 48-49
    3.2 “Tree Frog” page 50-51
    3.3 “Lizard” page 52-53
    3.4 “Blue Heron” page 54-55
    3.5 “Hummingbird” page 56-57
    3.6 “Painted Bunting” page 58-59
  4. Flowers and Trees
    4.1 “Pink Flower” page 62-63
    4.2 “Porch Flowers” page 64-65
    4.3 “Clover” page 66-67
    4.4 “Butterfly Tree Flowers” page 68-69
    4.5 “Savannah Tree” page 70-71
    4.6 “Dancer in a Floral Forest” page 72-73
    4.7 “Come to the Garden” page 74-77
    4.8 “Cherokee Rose” page 78-79
  5. Faith and Food
    5.1 “Floral Cross” page 82-83
    5.2 “Lenten Flower” page 84-85
    5.3 “Celtic Cross” page 86-87
    5.4 “Mary of God’s Favor” page 88-89
    5.5 “Lion and the Lamb” page 90-91
    5.6 “Breakfast with Friends” page 92-93
    5.7 “Peaches in a Bowl” page 94-95
    5.8 “Peach Cookies” page 96-97
    5.9 “Peach Pie” page 98-99
  6. Seasons and Weather
    6.1 “Pumpkins and Mums” page 102-103
    6.2 “Autumn Cottage” page 104-105
    6.3 “Spring Lambs” page 106-107
    6.4 “Peach Tree Hurricane” page 108-109
    6.5 “Eye of the Storm” page 110-111
    6.6 “God’s Promise” page 112-113
    6.7 “We Gather Together” page 114-115
    6.8 “Savannah Snow” page 116-117
    6.9 “I Believe in Santa” page 118-119

“Lenten Flower”

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“Lent is about giving something up, and adding something new. I mentioned earlier about learning something new, during our Easter experiences at our new Southern church, and it’s all about ‘new’. I’d been focused on Lent being about the past- repenting, letting go, pledging to change. What I hadn’t spent much thought on is that when we let go of something it makes room for something new. Repentance is also about forgiveness. Letting go is about mercy. Forgiveness and mercy frees us.

What a loving God we have, who wants us to be free! The depressing and sometimes challenging process of examining our lives and deciding what we need to change is only the beginning of the journey. We do this to prepare the way for something better, something new. It may require a leap of faith, and the journey is bittersweet, but the destination is beautiful.

I painted this in a style similar to ‘Pink Flower’, except this time my process was deliberate. I liked the layering-background technique I created almost by accident with Pink Flower, and now it is one of my signatures. I paint colorful shapes around my main subject, that I then paint over while the oils are still wet. The flower stays in sharp focus, while the background is soft, yet luminous. ‘Lenten Flower’ is one of my favorite paintings. I’d like to do more work like this.”

Lenten Flower oil painting by Natalie Buske Thomas

List of Oil Paintings in this Collection, linking to their pages here on the site, and also citing physical pages in the hardcover book:

  1. City of Savannah
    1.1 “City of Savannah” page 6-7
    1.2 “Natalie at the Fountain” page 8-11
    1.3 “House in Savannah” page 12-13
    1.4 “Guardian Lion” page 14-15
    1.5 “Autumn Angel” page 16-17
    1.6 “Steamship Savannah” page 18-19
    1.7 “Boiled Peanuts for Sale” page 20-21
    1.8 “Bulldog” page 22-23
    1.9 “Serenity Piano” page 24-25
    1.10 “Painting Colors” page 26-27
  2. Tybee Island
    2.1 “I Love Life” page 30-31
    2.2 “Living Sand Dollar” page 32-33
    2.3 “Matthew the Sea Turtle” page 34-35
    2.4 “Fungie the Dolphin” page36-37
    2.5 “Angel Releasing Dove” page 38-39
    2.6 “Flag on Tybee Island” page 40-41
    2.7 “My Kids at the Beach” page 42-43
    2.8 “Lighthouse near Tybee Island” page 44-45
  3. Birds, Reptiles and Amphibians
    3.1 “Gator and Snake” page 48-49
    3.2 “Tree Frog” page 50-51
    3.3 “Lizard” page 52-53
    3.4 “Blue Heron” page 54-55
    3.5 “Hummingbird” page 56-57
    3.6 “Painted Bunting” page 58-59
  4. Flowers and Trees
    4.1 “Pink Flower” page 62-63
    4.2 “Porch Flowers” page 64-65
    4.3 “Clover” page 66-67
    4.4 “Butterfly Tree Flowers” page 68-69
    4.5 “Savannah Tree” page 70-71
    4.6 “Dancer in a Floral Forest” page 72-73
    4.7 “Come to the Garden” page 74-77
    4.8 “Cherokee Rose” page 78-79
  5. Faith and Food
    5.1 “Floral Cross” page 82-83
    5.2 “Lenten Flower” page 84-85
    5.3 “Celtic Cross” page 86-87
    5.4 “Mary of God’s Favor” page 88-89
    5.5 “Lion and the Lamb” page 90-91
    5.6 “Breakfast with Friends” page 92-93
    5.7 “Peaches in a Bowl” page 94-95
    5.8 “Peach Cookies” page 96-97
    5.9 “Peach Pie” page 98-99
  6. Seasons and Weather
    6.1 “Pumpkins and Mums” page 102-103
    6.2 “Autumn Cottage” page 104-105
    6.3 “Spring Lambs” page 106-107
    6.4 “Peach Tree Hurricane” page 108-109
    6.5 “Eye of the Storm” page 110-111
    6.6 “God’s Promise” page 112-113
    6.7 “We Gather Together” page 114-115
    6.8 “Savannah Snow” page 116-117
    6.9 “I Believe in Santa” page 118-119

“Floral Cross”

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“I’ve moved around a lot. My dad was in the Air Force, and my husband was in the Army. After his service, we continued to relocate for jobs. One of the challenges for settling in, is finding our place in our new community. I’ve attended many churches, of various styles, denominations, sizes, and cultures. It’s always a bit intimidating to join in, but I appreciate when our family is welcomed.

My experience with church in the Savannah area was this: we went the first time, and were so warmly received that we stayed. We now sing on the choir, and look forward to sharing family traditions with fellow Georgians.

One of the most significant events in a Christian church is celebrating the risen Christ during the Lenten season and into Easter. I didn’t know what to expect, but I was stunned to see a cross displayed on the foyer table- filling quickly with cut flowers. We were invited to take a flower, and add the stem to the cross. The assorted buds and blooms were strikingly beautiful, but it was more than that. It was life. He is Risen, Indeed. I didn’t know I’d feel something new and different, after all of these years of ‘seeing it all’ before, but this little church taught me something profoundly new.”

Floral Cross oil painting by Natalie Buske Thomas

List of Oil Paintings in this Collection, linking to their pages here on the site, and also citing physical pages in the hardcover book:

  1. City of Savannah
    1.1 “City of Savannah” page 6-7
    1.2 “Natalie at the Fountain” page 8-11
    1.3 “House in Savannah” page 12-13
    1.4 “Guardian Lion” page 14-15
    1.5 “Autumn Angel” page 16-17
    1.6 “Steamship Savannah” page 18-19
    1.7 “Boiled Peanuts for Sale” page 20-21
    1.8 “Bulldog” page 22-23
    1.9 “Serenity Piano” page 24-25
    1.10 “Painting Colors” page 26-27
  2. Tybee Island
    2.1 “I Love Life” page 30-31
    2.2 “Living Sand Dollar” page 32-33
    2.3 “Matthew the Sea Turtle” page 34-35
    2.4 “Fungie the Dolphin” page36-37
    2.5 “Angel Releasing Dove” page 38-39
    2.6 “Flag on Tybee Island” page 40-41
    2.7 “My Kids at the Beach” page 42-43
    2.8 “Lighthouse near Tybee Island” page 44-45
  3. Birds, Reptiles and Amphibians
    3.1 “Gator and Snake” page 48-49
    3.2 “Tree Frog” page 50-51
    3.3 “Lizard” page 52-53
    3.4 “Blue Heron” page 54-55
    3.5 “Hummingbird” page 56-57
    3.6 “Painted Bunting” page 58-59
  4. Flowers and Trees
    4.1 “Pink Flower” page 62-63
    4.2 “Porch Flowers” page 64-65
    4.3 “Clover” page 66-67
    4.4 “Butterfly Tree Flowers” page 68-69
    4.5 “Savannah Tree” page 70-71
    4.6 “Dancer in a Floral Forest” page 72-73
    4.7 “Come to the Garden” page 74-77
    4.8 “Cherokee Rose” page 78-79
  5. Faith and Food
    5.1 “Floral Cross” page 82-83
    5.2 “Lenten Flower” page 84-85
    5.3 “Celtic Cross” page 86-87
    5.4 “Mary of God’s Favor” page 88-89
    5.5 “Lion and the Lamb” page 90-91
    5.6 “Breakfast with Friends” page 92-93
    5.7 “Peaches in a Bowl” page 94-95
    5.8 “Peach Cookies” page 96-97
    5.9 “Peach Pie” page 98-99
  6. Seasons and Weather
    6.1 “Pumpkins and Mums” page 102-103
    6.2 “Autumn Cottage” page 104-105
    6.3 “Spring Lambs” page 106-107
    6.4 “Peach Tree Hurricane” page 108-109
    6.5 “Eye of the Storm” page 110-111
    6.6 “God’s Promise” page 112-113
    6.7 “We Gather Together” page 114-115
    6.8 “Savannah Snow” page 116-117
    6.9 “I Believe in Santa” page 118-119