PAINTING

Oceanic Tranquility
Maleeya Lyon

Acrylic on canvas
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Betrayal of the Celestial
Hannah Bernados

Acrylic on Linen Canvas
This painting is seen through the eyes of Copernicus who discovered that the earth revolves around the Sun. This was astronomical (pun intended), and seemed almost as if a betrayal was happening in which the celestial beings cherished the Sun more than the human race.
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Across the Sea
Alysia Templeman

Acrylic on canvas
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Campfire
Kaylen Hail

Acrylic on Linen Canvas
This painting represents my personal connection to the outdoors, the community that comes around the campfire, and the power within God’s Holy Spirit to bring us closer to one another through Him.
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Abundant
Tyler Barton, Anna Spoolstra, Trever Gibbs, Samantha Bradley
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Healing
Kayla Farlow

Acrylic on Canvas
In order to heal, it often means that you have to allow yourself to be more broken. Healing is a process that takes time. Healing can be like a mess of colors, some swirling together, some mixing, some clashing, and some standing out. True peace comes when we step into the healing process and embrace the colors.
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Sunrise
Samantha Bradley

Acrylic on canvas
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Choice
Tyler Barton

Acrylic on Canvas
Peace is not the absence of conflict and turmoil, but it is something that is achieved while experiencing these things.
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Make Me an Instrument of Peace
Kayla Farlow

Acrylic on Canvas
The world is a chaotic and messy place. It is easy to get swept up into the darkness of it all. When we stay rooted in who we are and whose we are, we are able to rest in His peace and become an instrument of His peace.
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Tangible Peace
Samantha Bradley

Acrylic on canvas
I've discovered that I miss being able to hug everyone, and that lack of physical touch has made me more thankful for hugs. I feel at peace in the arms of another.
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Harmony
Eliana Daetwiler

Acrylic on wood
Music is peace for me. I painted the world with music notes swirling around it to represent people holding hands. Music has the power to connect and create harmony in this world. I painted the song “It Is Well” because it brings me peace and reminds me that no matter what happens God is in control and it will all work out.
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Peaceful Release
Eliana Daetwiler

Acrylic on wood
What gives me peace is trusting God with my worries. I tried to represent the feeling of surrendering control to God through my paint strokes and shading. The image is a hand with colors flowing out to represent anxiety, worry, and the weight of the world being released to God. Painting on wood was such a freeing process and I am glad I tried something new.
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I'm not scared
Trever Gibbs

Spray Paint
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This is a joke, right?
Trever Gibbs

Acrylic on Canvas
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Let Go
Victoria Kanavalchuk

Oil on Canvas
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Stillness
Victoria Kanavalchuk

Oil on Canvas
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Peace
Julia Palamaryuk
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As I Fall Asleep..
Christina Mundy

Oil on canvas
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Dawn
Anna Spoolstra

Watercolor on cold-press paper
This painting was inspired by a tutorial from watercolorist Susan Chiang (@susanchiang_). I think nature is the place I find God’s peace most visible, especially in the quiet stillness of a lake at dawn.
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Waiting to Launch
Christina Mundy

Oil on canvas
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Snake River Canyon
Emma La Roe

Acrylic
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Playtime
Gurman Kaur-Knight

Watercolor
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Ahead
Isabella Gliatta

Oil on canvas
Isaiah 43:18-19 "Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland."
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Observing the Cloud
Victoria Kanavalchuk

Oil on canvas
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Prince of Peace
Erica Marshall

Acrylic on canvas
This piece is meant to show the contrast of Jesus being the Prince of Peace, but the violence of of his death.
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Expressions
Gurman Kaur-Knight

Watercolor
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Float
Bianca Christiansen

Oil on canvas
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Hannah Weidner
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Hannah Weidner
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