9 x 12
This is based on three generation of mothers.
Because They Can't Accept The Skin I'm In
This piece, inspired by the death of James Bryd, refers to racism in America. In a place where culture should be welcome, the colour of skin make a difference of how we see each other.
18' x 20'
The body is God's house. The window is the eye to the soul. We look into the eyes but we can't see beyond that. Only God's omnipotence make Him the one who know who we are.
Raise To Splendor
36' x 40'
The adversary innately surround us trying to convince us to remain focus on worldy things. God remind us to do the opposite. When we are troubled we should Raise To Splendor
24' x 40'
When converting there are many opsticles that will influence us from changing. However staying strong will require "keeping the word of the law on your lips". The battle between the spirit and the flesh can get intense.
30' x 40'
In todays culture, people are restructuring their bodies. It's like saying to God "I don't like what you did". Although we are first attracted to outside apperance, beauty start from the heart.
30' x 40'
Another part of seeing the beauty from within. Celebrate the body God gave you and be happy in it.
Beauty on the Sunset
13.5 x 23.5'
This is a play piece that implied to men "when you see me look me in the eyes".
From Him Came Them
16' x 20'
God created the world and everything in it. Then He created us.
32' x 48'
Reading Song of Solomon is like reading a love story. Though it depicts the love Christ has for His church, the feeling of compassion is there.
In My 4our Corner Room
18' x 24'
This displays many feelings when we work our problems without God. We reside in our own understanding
Mr. and Mrs. Wright
18' x 20'
Great Neighbors and parents
28' x 42'
Cherubim are often confused as people who have passed on. They are a seperate entity from humans and they are powerful and at God's command.
36' x 50'
The first 5 books of scripture outline God's attempt to gain the trust of His people.