Inspirational Art by Kim Valentine

Divine Tilth
  • Divine Tilth

Divine Tilth

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Peaceful pastel painting of a garden with a sign stating "Divine Tilth."

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Lamb
  • Lamb

Lamb

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Mixed Media Lamb, companion piece for Fearless.

The Lion and the Lamb are two images and names for God used in Scripture that describe aspects of Jesus Christ. The attributes of Jesus are as powerful and majestic as a lion and innocent as a sacrificial lamb. I hoped to capture these attributed in my artwork.

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Pray. Wait. Trust
  • Pray. Wait. Trust

Pray. Wait. Trust

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Mixed media piece encouraging viewer to pray, wait for answer and trust in Him.

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Beautiful Dance
  • Beautiful Dance

Beautiful Dance

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Mixed media piece showing our relationship with God as a beautiful dance where we lean into Him and follow His lead.

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Praise and Love
  • Praise and Love

Praise and Love

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Colorful mixed media art encouraging us to Praise the Lord and remind us that His love never fails.

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Stronger Together II
  • Stronger Together II

Stronger Together II

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Our Pastor at Cornerstone Community Church shared a fascinating story about Sequoia Redwood Trees. They can reach upwards of 250 feet tall! They can be more than twenty-five feet in diameter with bark 20 inches thick. They drink over 250 gallons of water a day. Physics would tell us that these trees must have deep roots to make the trees sturdy

Our Pastor at Cornerstone Community Church shared a fascinating story about Sequoia Redwood Trees. They can reach upwards of 250 feet tall! They can be more than twenty-five feet in diameter with bark 20 inches thick. They drink over 250 gallons of water a day. Physics would tell us that these trees must have deep roots to make the trees sturdy enough to last through fierce storms. That’s not the case at all. The tree roots are very shallow, only diving five or six feet into the ground. How do these monster trees remain standing? The roots, although not deep, spread out hundreds of feet around the tree. They intertwine, tangle, knot and lock with the roots of the other trees around it. They support and hold one another firmly in place. If one weakens, the others grab and lock themselves around it to hold it and keep it upright. The roots begin fusing together, forming common roots that share, feed and give life to one another. The Redwood tree is not solitary, it is part of a community – united – supporting and sustaining one another. Only internal decay within a tree can destroy it. This is how it is with the Church. Together we are stronger! Original sold. Prints available.

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