Wishing everyone a merry Christmas! Click on image to enlarge.
This started out as an illustration for a concert. Our church choir performed Bach’s Cantata 140 and a few other selections at the Dallas Museum of Biblical Arts. I decided to make it my annual Christmas card (even though it’s really about Advent). The inspiration comes from Matthew 25. Click on image to enlarge. I […]
My Christmas card for 2015. I decided to go for a more whimsical approach. All in fun.
This drawing was done for my 2014 Christmas card. I wanted to recognize Joseph. I wanted to show a young man, proud to be a father and delighted in his son. Joseph, son of David, what is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. He will save his people from their sins. I wanted to […]
This is the last Christmas card in the set and is most people’s favorite; probably because they’ve all witnessed the humorous chaos of trying to put on a youth Christmas program. Outside on the top; inside on the bottom. I hope you have enjoyed this tour of Christmas cards. Regardless of your faiths and beliefs, […]
The structure is the outside of my church. Do you recognize the bells from a previous card? Beside our church is a pathway enveloped by rows of live oak trees. We like to call that “Oak Alley.” I represented that within the silhouette of the sanctuary, then added the nativity scene. David Hopson added the […]
I’m wishing all of you a wonderful Christmas and a blessed New Year. That’s me at the front. I suppose I should have a red nose. I’m followed by my granddaughters, grandsons, my daughter and son-in-law and, my son and daughter-in-law and finally, some chubby guy in a red suit. Computer sketch, 2 1/2″ X […]