I love to draw, color, paint…anything creative and I want to try it. Art was one of my favorite classes in school, and I still run to my sketchbook when I need a creative outlet for relieving any stress the day causes.
I recently filled the last page of a sketchbook I purchased way back in 2017, and I thought it would be fun to share some of my work here on Medium. Beware, I am no great artist—just a girl who likes the feel of a pencil scratching out lines on textured paper. So, without further ado…
This sketch was done on day one of an art class my hubby and I took together. The local high school where we lived had this program called community extension or something like that. They offered several classes for anyone in the community that lasted about six weeks and were held in the evenings. We loved it.
This is a drawing that I copied from a book. It was one of those ‘learn to draw people and figures’ type books that I had given to my niece. We spent an afternoon learning to draw together.
These drawings were play time for me — copying things I found on Pinterest.
This is a drawing of my prayer journal lying on the table. After studying some scripture one evening, I looked over at the table and was inspired to capture the moment on paper.
This sketch was my concept for the cover of my most recent book, Growing in Faith. I penciled this out and then sent it to my son who did the actual cover design for the…