Works Currently on Display at Galaudet Gallery First enjoy the intro video for our Song of Myself Exhibit Second we held historic building tours which brought in a lot of people over the weekend and garnered a news story on a local tv station Channel 18
Thoughts, Poetry, Events
Sweet GraceMay it resound Sweet GraceIt’s the only sound Sweet Grace It draws me nearSweet GraceRemove my fears Sweet GraceFrom God aboveSweet GraceUndeserved loveSweet GraceIs all I seeSweet GraceChrist in me
Three pieces have been chosen by Galaudet Gallery to be included in there upcoming show! Galaudet Gallery has released their call for entry seeking artists to submit artworks for the summer art exhibit called Sense of Place: THERE Song of Myself . You can find the call and more on our website at https://galaudetgallery.wixsite.com/ggllc/sense-of-place-the Jules Hefe, an international art collector based in …
Notes may tarryLow it seemsBut soon riseWith he who redeemsNotes may stallMid stanza awhileBut triumphantly build To the Holy ChildVerse by verse A song is written Of a people lost A people forgivenThe refrain repeatsGraces anewThe music unfoldsTo a song preludeMy life is a songWith its ups and downs Written long agoTo my Fathers tuneBeautiful it isComposed with careA melody of worship That lingers in the …
Group Exhibit with Echoes of Chicago at Hairpins Art Center Saturday May 18, from 6-12. Title is “A City Divided”. Donations at the door support local nonprofit organizations. I will be showcasing some pieces from my recent collage work that highlight the city from a renewal perspective.
Stop by Fortunate Discoveries Saturday May 11, from 12-2 to discover a variety of Mothers Day Gifts! I will be out front with the antique vases and flowers…. possibly watercoloring;) Hope to see you there!
Sarah’s Lament: Divine Appeal To Heal will be released in the Summer. The book will be a compilation of poetry and art! Thanks to Cladach Publishing for partnering with me on this exciting endeavor!
Pictures from the Happy Birthday Chicago Event, thanks to all those who attended in early March!