Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

#20 THE REAL ARTIST

This is post is number 20 in the marathon.

 My daughter is a fantastic artist in every medium.  She can do anything in the visual arts field and this was a church project she took on in 2005.  I love this cross that she designed and built for a special prayer nook in their Missouri church, incorporating terracotta pot pieces signed and decorated from many if not all of the church members.








11 comments:

  1. Did anyone know that I was leaving comments on each of your comments on my posts?

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  2. This is a gorgeous cross. Your daughter is very talented.

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  3. Bonnie -- All you need to do is mention a project to her and she is off and running.

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  4. I'm project challenged so this impresses me.
    It may not be 'challenged' so much as 'lazy.'

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  5. That's very nice! My sister and her friends made a cross on the beach during a retreat. Poured resin or something like that and they put shells and the like in it.

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  6. Cliff -- Any man with tractors cannot be project challenged.

    Lynn -- The retreat cross on the beach sounds like an excellent idea.

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  7. This is really a neat thing for the church and the people there.

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  8. Yes, I notice your comments on comments. And as I stated earlier I enjoy them. The cross is beautiful.

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  9. Great cpncept for mosaic art-
    Of course you're descendents have talent...

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  10. Changes in the wind -- The church was really proud of the prayer nook and even though my daughter has moved from there, they always mention it when they see her.

    Debbie -- Glad you noticed the comment comments:)

    Snaggle Tooth -- My daughter gets her talent from my mother and not from me. Typos never count on blog comments.

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