Along with Safe Passage, Sacrificial Love and Burning Bush were accepted into the show. The show runs through June 2 at Woodmen Valley Chapel and is accessible through the bookshop.
My family has needed me here. Nevertheless, my heart continuously roams through the world in thought, prayer, and creative expression.
I recently posted about another show I entered, the Pikes Peak Watercolor Society International Watermedia Exhibit. I found out a couple days ago that my pieces weren’t accepted. Of course, as any creative knows, rejection launches wrestling with inevitable questions: do I really have any talent? why would I ever think I can do this? do I have anything to offer the world through my art? (Sharing a little vulnerably there! But if you are a creative, you understand.) I am mostly shirking the sting and pressing on.
And so I continue to paint, pray, and dream, one day at a time. I’m not sure at all where this studio “flight” is going, but I’m confident that, because of the One I follow, wherever I finally land, I’ll look back with gratitude on safe passage.