Happy Mother’s Day!

Wishing you a joyous Mother’s Day in reflection of where you came from and who you are today. Who will we be tomorrow? If you have children, may you feel especially blessed.

 

My mother has been gone many years now, so I understand the sadness that may dampen this day for many of you. Time is precious. May we be inspired to live joyfully in this present moment and inspired to place our hope in the future as well.

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New Painting – Deliciously Peaceful

Watch me paint “Apple Tree Branch” in 1 minute (time lapse)

This art is part of the 2021 collection “50 Oil Paintings Inspired by Nature“. It would be a nice print for a kitchen, wouldn’t it? I’m starting another new painting today, and have two others in progress (layered work that needs to set in between sessions). Still working hard toward my lifetime goal of 1k finished paintings! Dream big, work hard, and be willing to lay it all down when people in our lives come first. Have a wonderful day, friends.

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Angels Art oil painting by artist Natalie Buske Thomas

Are you an angel?

Watch me paint “We are the Angels that He Sends” in 1 minute (time lapse) “This art was inspired by coincidence, fate, serendipity… or divine

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Timeless

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Are you open?

Watch me paint “Bird of Light” in 2 minutes (time lapse) From my book “50 Oil Paintings Inspired by my Christian Faith”: The oil painting

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Secrets

Watch me paint this apple tree branch in 1 minute (time lapse) If we’re being honest, there are no secrets to life’s happiness. What we

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Be Mysterious

Watch me paint this coastal scene from Dingle, Ireland in 2 minutes (time lapse). I visited this area when I was living in Ireland in

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