Primitive Prophetic Art

Section 1: Introduction

There is light because the vision of it remains. I see how the sun rises and sets and in its background the beauty of its grandeur. I see the moon and the star’s light twinkle and imagine I am there in space seeing its beauty. I hear the song of the birds singing their chirps and peeps seem like an orchestra and are in unison with every movement of time. I feel a soft breeze surround my face and the smell of fresh flowers scent flowing past my nose. I can taste a honeysuckle just by imagining I was a bee.

God shows me many things that allow me to place on an art canvas a wall or just a small piece of paper. My mind sees hears smells tastes and feels things that are lovely and of good report and I dwell on those things. I use my senses my feelings and my ability to paint draw and sketch everything God allows me to create to show people that there is light in the darkness a scent of beauty in a flower and a scent in the wind.

I refine renew refresh and restore through graphics to make the images I create stand tall like a mountain so high that even God can see from heaven. I make every dream a reality every vision a story and use God-given creativity to give it a name and reason and purpose. In my mind and heart butterflies can talk birds can sing rain can fall from heaven and bathe us all with life and love. We are the artwork of God’s creation. We live we breathe and at God’s appointed time we die but our memories live on through pictures of days gone by.

Just for a minute forget the troubled times and trials of this world and concentrate on what is good lovely and of good report and think of those things. That’s how primitive prophetic art is created.

Primitive Prophetic Art Introduction Vision of light nature beauty

Section 2: Senses and Creativity

I refine renew refresh and restore through graphics to make the images I create stand tall like a mountain so high that even God can see from heaven. I make every dream a reality every vision a story and use God-given creativity to give it a name and reason and purpose.

In my mind and heart butterflies can talk birds can sing rain can fall from heaven and bathe us all with life and love. We are the artwork of God’s creation. We live we breathe and at God’s appointed time we die but our memories live on through pictures of days gone by. Just for a minute forget the troubled times and trials of this world and concentrate on what is good lovely and of good report and think of those things. That’s how primitive prophetic art is created.

The flower fades away the sun and the moon are blocked for the night the butterflies and the birds are nuzzled in their beds in the trees and the smell of the air is crisp and cool. Art preserves that memory it can never fly away. Just like a picture of days gone by it remains alive only by image. Much is given and much is taken away but the memory lives on forever in every image. Every stroke of the brush every color of the paint and what it creates can preserve something beautiful for us all and generations to come.

God gave me this ability and I must preserve its beauty. When you place my art on your wall not only are you placing it there as a thing of beauty but you are also in possession of a part of me that will never grow old and die! God is the artist and I am the instrument in which he uses to show that the sun rises and falls the birds sing the winds blow without that there would be no trees in the woods no sunrises and sunsets no sand between our toes and no beach to walk on.

Senses and Creativity Renewing through art natures essence depicted

Section 3: Preserving Memories

The flower fades away, the sun and the moon are blocked for the night, the butterflies and the birds are nestled in their beds in the trees, and the smell of the air is crisp and cool. Art preserves that memory; it can never fly away. Just like a picture of days gone by, it remains alive only by the image. Much is given and much is taken away, but the memory lives on forever in every image.

Every stroke of the brush, every color of the paint, and what it creates can preserve something beautiful for us all and generations to come. God gave me this ability, and I must preserve its beauty. When you place my art on your wall, not only are you placing it there as a thing of beauty, but you are also in possession of a part of me that will never grow old and die.

God is the artist, and I am the instrument in which he uses to show that the sun rises and falls, the birds sing, the winds blow. Without that, there would be no trees in the woods, no sunrises and sunsets, no sand between our toes, and no beach to walk on. That’s what art means to me. The memories we create and preserve through art become timeless reminders of the beauty and essence of life. Each stroke of the brush captures a moment that would otherwise fade with time, preserving the memory for eternity.

Preserving Memories Natures fleeting beauty immortalized through artistic preservation

Section 4: Artistic Expression

God gave me the ability to create, and with that gift, I am entrusted to preserve its beauty. Every stroke of the brush, every blend of color, and every intricate detail has a purpose. As an artist, I am not just a creator but also a preserver of moments, emotions, and the essence of life itself.

Artistic expression is a divine calling, a way to reflect the beauty and wonder of God’s creation. Through art, I can capture the delicate balance of light and shadow, the vibrant hues of a sunset, or the intricate patterns of a flower’s petals. Each piece I create is a testament to the beauty that surrounds us and the emotions that stir within us.

When I share my art with the world, I am sharing a piece of my soul, a glimpse into the depths of my imagination. It is not just about creating something visually appealing; it is about capturing the essence of a moment, a feeling, or a memory. My art serves as a bridge between the tangible world we see and the intangible world we feel.

Through artistic expression, I aim to evoke emotions, spark inspiration, and ignite a sense of wonder in those who view my work. It is a privilege and a responsibility to be able to create art that resonates with others and brings a sense of beauty and meaning to their lives.

Artistic Expression Capturing beauty emotions and essence of divine creation

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