Peg Dolls

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Some of the cutest peg dolls on the web. 🙂

(of, if you are grouchy and don’t like cute, they also have some very lovely candles)

https://www.etsy.com/shop/ReginaSanctorum

 

https://www.etsy.com/shop/ReginaSanctorum

Mary Star of the Sea

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A piece I recently completed for an art show at Mary Star of the Sea parish in San Francisco.  I would say this is my homage to San Francisco, the sea, the architecture and the colors of the city have left a large impression on me.  Star of the Sea parish is a real gem, as traditional as you get without being Latin mass.  And I was delighted to discover their school is switching to a classical curriculum.

Bible Project

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For several months, I have been working on painting pictures based on the artwork from the 13th century Ramsey Psalter. I used acrylic inks on drafting vellum and glued each picture into my Bible as I finished it. There are 40 miniatures in the Ramsey Psalter, and I’m hoping to replicate  all of them. Ten pictures are completed, four are ready to paint, and I’m working on the drawings for three more. Here are three of the most recent. They are approximately 2 3/4″ x 5 1/4″.

 

 

 

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Hello everyone!

I’ve been a silent member for almost a year, but I have enjoyed your work immensely!

I’m an amateur. These last two months I started learning my way into the digital world with Procreate. It has been a little bit of a struggle. But I’m happy at the prospect of a final scanner independence.

This drawing started as a sketch, but in the end I loved the sketchy nature of it. I’m a beginner but I would love your opinion in order to improve. Thank you! God bless y’all! 🙂

Virginia

Building the Way to Heaven

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Here is my favorite picture from Maura Roan McKeegan’s latest book in her typology series published by Emmaus PressBuilding the Way to Heaven: The Tower of Babel and Pentecost.

Watercolor, Acrylic inks, and colored pencil on watercolor paper.

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