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Milwaukee Mural at Blue’s Egg

I was honored to have my Milwaukee Gas Light print installed at the newest location of Blue’s Egg in Shorewood, Wisconsin.
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King of Kings and Lord of Lords

This digital art piece was created for a sermon series at Eastbrook Church based on Revelation 17:14; 19:16. After reading all of the passages for this name of Jesus, I found myself really drawn to the image of the conquering, victorious Jesus in Revelation: the King of kings and Lord of lords. Scripture describes Jesus with such rich imagery: He rides a white horse, His eyes are like blazing fire, He wears many crowns, He wears a robe dipped with a blood, He has a tattoo on His thigh. All of these descriptions in Revelation 19 were really overwhelming for me: to think that Jesus is both the gentle Lamb of God and also this conquering, strong, tattooed Victor who is ready to wage war. I am honestly more familiar with Jesus as the gentle Lamb than I am with this brazen warrior. I felt really inspired to demonstrate the drama and strength and power of Jesus in Revelation 19. Stylistically, I wanted to try a new style of digital art for me, where I would reproduce an image in an impressionistic style, where it is blurry up close, but makes sense from far away. I thought that style would work for the book of Revelation, because we don’t have the benefit […]
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Graven

“Before the throne of God above I have a strong and perfect plea. A great high priest whose name is Love Who ever lives and pleads for me. My name is graven on His hands, My name is written on His heart. I know that while in Heaven He stands No tongue can bid me thence depart.”  
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Ascribe Glory Mural

“Ascribe to the Lord the glory due His name.” (Psalm 29:2)
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Bay View Printing Co. Mural

This collaborative mural was done with 10 other Milwaukee-area artists and is slated to be completed in 2018.
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Dirt

God formed us out of the dirt (Genesis 3:19). God got dirty when He took on flesh and dwelt among us (John 1:14). He was born into the dirt of this world (Luke 2:7). For 30 years, Jesus did a dirty job, working as a carpenter. (Mark 6:3), Jesus wrote in the dirt (John 8:6), and he used dirt to heal (John 9:6). But so often, we try to create distance from our dirt. We create distance from others’ dirt. We avoid naming our own dirt. We definitely avoid the dirt of other people. Jesus isn’t afraid of your dirt. He takes our literal dirt upon Himself (2 Corinthians 5:21) and He takes our spiritual dirt (sin, Luke 10:11) on Himself on the Cross. Jesus got dirty so that we, made of dirt, filthy as we are, can be clean dirt. When we give him our dirt, he touches it, sanctifies it, and grows something beautiful from it. On Ash Wednesday, the people of Eastbrook Church gathered together to create something beautiful out of our dirt, which so easily entangles us. We used cups to scoop up either dirt, gravel, or sand and poured them out before taking communion. The final result is something beautiful that reflects not only our own […]
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Glorious Ruins

A weekend-long collaborative art project at Fort Wilderness, a Christian camp in the northwoods of Wisconsin with students from Eastbrook Church and City on a Hill Church, both located in Milwaukee. Students walked through a creative retelling of the four-chapter gospel (creation, fall, redemption, restoration) and used plates that they broke and rearranged to create this piece, entitled, “Glorious Ruins.” Currently hanging at Eastbrook Church.
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Sisters Room Mural

An interactive mural for my nieces’ bedroom in which they can draw in frames, or color in pre-drawn illustrations.
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