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November 3rd, 2013

Christian Artworks of 5000×5000 Resolution

Check out the photo gallery with 31 Christian Artworks of 5000×5000 resolution. You can just click on any thumbnail image above to see the image fully in zoomed-out version and can download and save it to your computer to make it as your windows wallpaper. Please note that each image is around 2.5-4.5MB as they are of huge dimensions starting from 3500×5000 to 5000×5000 pixels.

About the Artist – Freddy Kirsheh

Freddy Kirsheh is the artist who created all the above Christian Artworks. On seeing the above images, I am sure you would like to see more artworks from him. So please visit the entire Christian gallery of Freddy Kirsheh at Freddy’s Christianity Gallery. There you will be able to purchase many other Christian artworks from the artist.

For now, please take a look at all the Christian Artworks from Freddy Kirsheh in the picture gallery given above. Lets pray to GOD that He may bless Freddy more and more to create many more beautiful Christian Artworks like the ones above.

July 16th, 2012

Greg Olsen Paintings

Greg Olsen Paintings, 28 sample paintings of the blessed artist Greg Olsen, are given above. Click on any thumbnail to see a bigger picture. But please keep in mind that these paintings are only samples and you can get the original painting only from Greg’s official website

About Greg Olsen

Greg was blessed with very supportive parents who always encouraged him and provided opportunities for him to pursue his passion of art. Greg remembers a time as a teenager when he had been hired to paint a large sign for a local grocery store. It was wintertime and too cold to paint in the garage so his parents let him set up a workshop in his bedroom. He promptly spilled two quarts of black and orange enamel paint all over his bedroom carpet. Amazingly, his parents still encouraged him in his artistic endeavors.

From an early age I have always been fascinated by paintings that create mood, emotion and atmosphere; especially those paintings that lift me and transport me to some far off place. These are the elements I strive to create in my paintings. My paintings in many ways record what is most important to me: my feelings and experiences with family and friends along with the spiritual aspects of my life. My hope is that in these images you will find something familiar, something which will resonate and remind you of what is important in your own life. — Greg Olsen

By the time Greg reached Jr. high School he began to take it quite seriously, and when he entered Bonneville High School he was fortunate to have an extremely good art teacher, who perhaps, contributed more to Greg’s art education and desire to make it his life’s work than any other person. To know more about Greg Olsen and his paintings, goto this website.

To purchase portraits and paintings, go to Greg Olsen Store

January 26th, 2010

Love Your Mother Paintings

Check out the 7 paintings portraying Mother and Child given above. Click on any to view in full size.

Do you know… A human body can bear only upto 45 Del (unit) of pain. But at the time of giving birth, a woman feels upto 57 Del of Pain.  This is similar to 20 bones getting fractured at a time!

10 Reasons why I Love My Mom

1.  She always had hot chocolate ready for my sisters and I, growing up, after we’d come inside from playing in the snow…  as a little kid, this was something I adored about my mom, so it makes the list… also, she used to braid my Barbie’s hair for me when I couldn’t do it.

2.  At one point, when I was 14 or so, my mom had a friend who was a single mother; she had broken up with her boyfriend and had no place for herself or her 8 year old son to live, nor enough money to pay rent in an apartment, and so my mother asked the woman and her son to live with us.  They ended up staying with us for three or four years.

3.  When my parents got divorced, my mom went back to work, after being a stay-at-home mom for 13 years, to support my sisters and I.

4.  My mom went back to college, in her 40s, to get her nursing degree.  She graduated in 2005 with her RN.

5.  She saved like crazy while I was in high school so that she could take my sisters and I on a vacation to Walt Disney World for a week.

6.  When Brent died, my mom offered to take work off so she could go with me to the calling hours and funeral; she didn’t even know Brent, really.

7.  Before she started working evenings, my mom never missed any of my sisters’ basketball games, soccer tournaments, track meets, or band concerts.  She went to all of our chorus concerts, marching band shows and award ceremonies.  I can count, on one hand probably, the number of times my dad showed up for all these things.

8.  She made all sorts of sacrifices for the girls and myself; mom rarely bought things for herself.  She never had new clothes, never went out with friends…  I was startled, a few weeks ago, when I learned that she’s gone 3 years without getting new glasses, even though her prescription’s changed again, because my sisters and I need new glasses every year.

9.  My mom says what she thinks.  I can honestly tell you that my mom makes her feelings known.  There are plenty of times where I’d much rather not know her opinion on everything, but that’s another story…

10.  She has always been 100%, completely encouraging of me in everything I do.  My mom has always told me that so long as I did my best at everything, that’d be enough for her.  And, for my mother, my best has been enough; regardless of how it measures up in comparison with others.

– – – – – – written by Lissa Kaye



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