Check out Haiku poetry and watercolour painting by artist Janis Cox.
What Can I See With 33 Random Dots? Once again I challenged myself with 33 dots on a page. I prayerfully put 33 random dots on a page with my eyes closed. Then I join the dots without crossing any lines. See how I found a rabbit. Hint it has something to do with Easter.… Continue reading What Can I See With 33 Random Dots?
33 Dots: Pride I am doing a challenge experiment in drawing — to make my mind expand but also to hear God at the same time. This time I heard the word pride. I put 33 dots on a piece of art paper, outline them and then colour. Then I pray. What Lord does this… Continue reading Is Pride Easy to Spot? I Think Not
33 Dot Challenge: Go Forth I love the creative challenge of 33 dots. I randomly place the dots on a page without looking. Then I draw lines to connect them without crossing any lines. This time I saw me carrying a banner that said: GO FORTH. No I am not going to the Olympics. At… Continue reading How and Why God is Leading Me to Go Forth
Fishers of Men: 33 Dots I love doing the 33 dot challenge. Does anyone else want to do it with me? If so I would set up a special way to link for it. This time my dots turned into a fish. And it reminded me of “Fishers of Men”. “Walking along the beach of… Continue reading How Can We Learn to Be Good Fishers of Men and Women for God?
33 Dots: Stockings “And the stockings were hung by the chimney with care in the hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.” Christmas has come and gone but not the spirit of Christmas – that’s what should last all year. Today I drew my 33 dots again. This time I saw the stockings immediately.… Continue reading Stockings: Drawing Shouldn’t Be Complicated
Drawing Shouldn’t be Complicated Try 33 Dots to Discover your creativity and God’s Word – porcupine The other day I read Meg Konovska’s post about her method of painting with 33 dots. This fascinated me as I need more help visualizing pictures. At first I forgot the number and painted only with 14 dots. Both… Continue reading Porcupine: Drawing Shouldn’t be Complicated
This was going to be a different Friday as I had decided not to write. Ha ha. Me? not write? So I am taking the required 5 minutes to write on the word “different” for Five Minute Friday. If you are a writer and just want to write for fun and link with others to… Continue reading It’s Amazing How Different Things are When You Look Closely
Are you ready for a blanket of snow? When Michael of #ScribblePicnic gave the prompt for blanket this week my thoughts went to cuddling a warm afghan on a cold winter’s night. Then I saw Pooh Bear snuggling up with his blankie. But finally I decided to paint a quick watercolour of a snow blanket.… Continue reading Are you ready for a blanket of snow?
How Can I Tie it Up? A Lesson in Shoe Tying Today on #ScribblePicnic Michael gave us this prompt: Tie it up. Since this is the first week back to school my thoughts went to all the tying up of shoes I did as a grade one teacher. And how thrilled I was when those… Continue reading How Can I tie it up? A Lesson in Shoe Tying