Thanks to Paul Konrad for his thoughtful review of “I Cry Unto you O Lord” very encouraging and insightful.
A Sojourner, A visitor A temporary stay. Traveling in foreign landHome so far away. Comforts, food, kin Traditions memory. A longing, an acheA sunset of sensory. How do we travel on?In dismay or storm? Trajectory confusedNot the current of norm. For this life does not endureLike the one that is to come. Sons, Daughters, Sojourners,Till we reach eternal home.
Fun with Glass!
This Sunday at 10:30 in Winnetka we will join some dear friends for a Q&A session over the Work that God has been doing in my life, the poetry book release ‘I Cry Unto You O Lord’ Cladach Publisher’s (on Amazon) and a series of Acrylic paintings exhibited in the Foyer. All are welcome to the the celebration with coffee …
Heated orange hotGlass molting spotPole presses down Pulls outLiquid on stemConstant turningA little blowingThen into the fire againOut of the heat Saturated wood steamsShapes forming Spinning, dizzying Back to the fireTo gather glass fibersTo spin to warm, to shapeThen reheat the mistakesBreathe in once againTo make the glass thinTo dab on a colorThat permeates the structureThen cooled It setsIt is like us, let us …
The making of the Romans stained glass! Fast Forward to 24:40 to see the video before the sermon. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LWSIV9H8J1Q&list=PLOX-GHyWB-gLX4_ORghJKBp64ydkFfT7S&index=3
It was so fun working with Sawyer and Joe to create this stained glass piece for the Romans study Park Community Church launched this weekend. The video bumper before the sermon beautifully depicts the glass being broken then mended into something beautiful. More projects to come!
Come check out the latest on Armitage!
I Cry Unto You, O Lord: poems of lament by Sarah Suzanne Noble is now available for purchase on Amazon.
Come check out the latest installation of art at Park Community Church Near North Chicago. A combination of Acrylic Paintings, Framed Scripture and Photographs. The art explores the notion of “Flowers in a Field” the paintings offer vistas of flourishing and the photographs juxtapose the flourishing with fading flowers. The goal is to see ourselves as temporary but our God …