Art Prints for Sale – Shop is Open!

After a long learning process, I finally have prints available on this site!  Check out the SHOP.

You can purchase prints of any of the Bible-inspired works, in 4 different formats:

Flat Card: This is a 5×7 print on Fine Linen Paper.

Mary and the Son

Fine Art Print: A 9×12 print on Premium Giclée Paper.

Framed Print with Matting: A 9×12 print on Premium Giclée Paper framed in a Standard Black Frame. You have the choice of White or Black Mat.

In my humble opinion, these would make awesome Christmas presents 😉

Order before December 19th December 12th to get your order before Christmas.

 

New Painting and Video: “Mary and the Son”

It took longer than expected, but “Mary and the Son” is finished.  I’m glad it all came together before Christmas 🙂

“Mary and the Son” by Veronica McDonald

Let me know what you think.

Also, here is another attempt at an art video (you can find the first art video  here).  My husband doesn’t think the music quite fits with the mood of the painting… but this song lodged itself in my head nearly the entire time I was working, so it seemed appropriate.

I hope you enjoy it.

*Music credit: “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” by Pentatonix

For anyone interested, prints of all my Bible-inspired art will be available soon.  I’m working out the best method for making them, but I should have it all figured out before Christmas (I hope…).

New Painting (Rebekah) and Doggone Art Show

I started painting “Rebekah” with Jacob and Esau last year when I was on a painting-kick, and just finished it this week. I almost gave up on it because I couldn’t get the faces right, but now I’m glad I came back to it.  Feel free to let me know what you think.

Also, four of my dog pieces (which you can find here and here) will be at the Doggone Art Show starting November 8, at the Spanish Village Center in Balboa Park.

Alright, enough announcements. It’s time to get back to NaNoWriMo and catch up on my word count…

New Painting and Video: The Levite’s Concubine

I recently finished painting “The Levite’s Concubine” from Judges 19, and took so many photos during the process that I put together a short video. The camera wasn’t still at all, but it was enjoyable to make. I’ll have to use a tripod next time.

Been painting a lot lately, so keep checking back for more art and updates. To see more of my work look HERE.