A creative eclectic in pursuit of destiny…Welcome to my personal blog. I hope these heart-felt reflections, humorous quips, and vibrant photos brighten your day and inspire your creativity. I'm an educator by day and a creative eclectic at all other times. Explore my websites and the links listed below to discover how many different ways people can express their unique creativity. -JoDee Luna
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The Messenger depicts Jesus, the Messiah who brings hope, mercy, and grace to humankind. The Messenger’s eyes are the focal point of the painting, searching the heart of the viewer for entrance. READ THE ENTIRE POST…
The morning sun creeps up the wall of cloudy blue until it peeks through branches. I sit in my art room in silence. Eyes squint from the glare of new beginnings, a day fresh with possibilities. I could fill these … Continue reading
My favorite part of a painting is the beginning. It’s fun to see a face form on canvas—kind of like meeting a person for the first time. My recent painting in process, The Invitation, captivates me with those mystical eyes that … Continue reading
“And a great hand reached out of the dark and grasped mine for a moment, mightily and tenderly. I said to myself, ‘The Veil between, though very dark, is very thin.’” -George MacDonald, Phantastes What stunning imagery MacDonald uses to … Continue reading
This acrylic painting is dedicated to women throughout the ages that have dared to listen for the whisper.
Tears in a Bottle is a mixed media project inspired by Psalm 56:8, You have collected all my tears in your bottle…recorded each one in your book. This scripture comforts with the reminder that God never forgets our sorrows. I … Continue reading