Gallery

We saw this young boy relaxing with his donkey as we traveled through Burkina Faso. Oil pastel on mat board, by Susan E. Brooks
We saw this young boy relaxing with his donkey as we traveled through Burkina Faso. Oil pastel on mat board, by Susan E. Brooks
Tanzanian Chidren, 17x20, pastel on paper, by Susan E. Brooks
Tanzanian Chidren, 17×20, pastel on paper, by Susan E. Brooks
Blessing: “For the first time in my life, I have place to call home.” Oil Pastel on Pastel Paper, 16×20 in. This painting, created for the KRM We Create Events in honor of World Refugee Week,  represents the many refugees who are so grateful to have a home here in Louisville, and they want to be a blessing by helping others.
Aimee is happy that her name means “Beloved of God.” This oil pastel painting, created for the KRM We Create Events in honor of World Refugee Week, represents the many refugees who have suffered so much, yet they know they are “beloved of God.” Oil Pastel on Pastel Paper, 16×20 in.
Oil pastel on paper, by Susan E. Brooks
Keeping up with Big Sister, Oil pastel on paper, by Susan E. Brooks
Reading with Poppy
Reading with Poppy

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Gallery”

  1. Your work is so beautiful and clearly portrays your unique style! We find your “Three Grandchildren” and “Kid and Turtle” pieces to be our favorites. “Hannah” reminds Anamaria especially of her little sister, which is an interesting connection to make. We will anticipate some of these lovely pieces to be uploaded onto our class blog.
    Wage Art!

    1. Thank you so much! I really appreciate the specific compliments! The class blog is for showcasing student work, but perhaps I’ll post something of mine at some point. Thank you for the sweet thoughts. Hannah is my daughter, and that was her favorite hat when she was a toddler. Turtle is one of my favorites too! The sunlight on his little toes (Kirk when he was little!) was creating such bright colors! His feet are my favorite part of that pastel painting.

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