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These are hand painted watercolor Christmas cards, complete with envelopes. Each card is painted by hand, NOT A PRINT or reproduction. Each one will vary, some will have deckled edges ( they are cut from a large sheet of paper ). This series features a tree in night time snowy sky. The cards are painted on thick Arches watercolour paper, one at a time. The cards are A1 in size ( 5 x 3.5 inches ) Shipping is through Canada post and generally takes a couple days for most of the eastern…

These are hand painted watercolor Christmas cards, complete with envelopes. Each card is painted by hand, NOT A PRINT or reproduction. Each one will vary, some will have deckled edges ( they are cut from a large sheet of paper ). This series features a tree in night time snowy sky. The cards are painted on thick Arches watercolour paper, one at a time. The cards are A1 in size ( 5 x 3.5 inches ) Shipping is through Canada post and generally takes a couple days for most of the eastern…

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Queen Anne's Lace: PB, bister powder, inks: Bundled Sage, Forest Moss, Pine Needles, Crushed Olive, Chipped Sapphire, Evergreen Bough, Salty Ocean Distress Stains & Chipped Sapphire (distress),  Spanish Moss, Majestic Blue & Olympia Green Versafine inks, Heather Telford

Continuing my experiments with bistre paint powders, I pulled out one of my favourite stamps and limited myself to a blue and green colour scheme. Below are all the results of my fiddling around wi.

Sister Mary Stephen's Art In my artwork I try to make visible God's invisible energy, that life which flows through all creation and is within everything. I aim to find new ways of expressing God's relationship with us, hoping to reveal something of the deeper meaning within all that we do and believe. Our primary relationship with God is our prayer. These images express some aspects of this.

Sister Mary Stephen's Art In my artwork I try to make visible God's invisible energy, that life which flows through all creation and is within everything. I aim to find new ways of expressing God's relationship with us, hoping to reveal something of the deeper meaning within all that we do and believe. Our primary relationship with God is our prayer. These images express some aspects of this.