Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print


L Brown, Penna
Member Since April 2011
Artist Statement I have always enjoyed art. But now in creating it and viewing the almost endless variety, I find it can be relaxing and stimulating. Experimenting with new techniques and equipment in creating art, how a landscape or a sky scape might appear, if I was there, or some of the things I have seen, growing up on a farm in Pennsylvania, are some of the things that are enjoyable, relaxing, and educational. Trying new things with abstract decorative landscapes is entertaining. I attempt to create an image that is pleasing to the eye, enjoyable, and with some degree of positive content.

Owing to the fact that only 15% of human interactive interpersonal communication is verbal, art can be a very enjoyable and healthy form of nonverbal self expression. We all know that you can communicate ideas and concepts artistically, in a way that any verbal or written language is simply inadequate to convey, of course with the caveat that the art is confined within healthy boundaries and channeled appropriately to the right audience.

I feel it is also positive if I can shed some light on important Christian values.

Some of the more enhanced abstract paintings and photography may have less detail or some mild distortion due to the extensive enhancement process. These images should be considered abstract decorative images.

I enjoy just browsing through the endless variety of art at Imagekind. The high quality and variety of art here is just amazing and it has been educational for me as well. The technology, workmanship, experience, and quality at Imagekind is highly advanced and they are very likely to have real solutions to real issues you may be struggling with.

I earned my undergraduate degrees in biology and natural science at Muhlenberg College in the mid 70's. I went on to earn my doctorate in Philadelphia in the late 70's.

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What is life all about? Why are we here? We were created by God to serve, obey, worship, praise, develop the closest, most personal, most intimate relationship with, learn about, enjoy, and glorify Father God through Jesus and the Holy Spirit. We were also created to serve, obey, worship, praise, develop the closest, most personal, most intimate relationships with, learn about, enjoy, and glorify Jesus and the Holy Spirit.

Please review the following Biblical sources: 1 Peter 4:11, Colossians 1:16, 1 Timothy 1:17, John 17:4, 1 Corinthians 6:20, 1 Corinthians 10:31, Acts 7:2, 1 Chronicles 16:29, and Philippians 1:20.

The following source gives a very detailed explanation: http://www.puritansermons.com/watson/watson5.htm

We were created by God in such a very unique way that nothing, absolutely nothing and no one in the universe will ever make us complete or whole until we serve, obey, worship, praise, develop the closest, most personal, most intimate relationship with, learn about, enjoy, and glorify Father God through Jesus and the Holy Spirit and we serve, obey, worship, praise, develop the closest, most personal, most intimate relationships with, learn about, enjoy, and glorify Jesus and the Holy Spirit.

Thank you.

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Product No 4868706
Subjects American, Book Illustration, British, Fourth of July, Holiday, Illustration, North American, People, Political Leaders, Text, Words, World Culture
Style Historical
Medium
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