>I am so happy to have Nino sharing with us today his art. He is a very talented young man (10 yo), who loves to play with his watercolors and know how to take advantage of those accidents that the water makes. I share with him the passion for watercolors.
This picture that I made was actually an accident. I was with my aunt in our kitchen playing around with watercolors when I splashed some blue watercolor onto my piece of paper. Then I spread the watercolors around, and I saw that I happened to make a wave.
Nino, thank you very much for sharing your gift with us today.
A godly man, Octavius Winslow, penned these words about the ocean and I am sure you will enjoy reading them today:
“You grand and beautiful old ocean! upon whose brow time has impressed no wrinkles–flowing on in your majesty and power, in your soundless depths and boundless reach–washing with your waves every shore–whitened with every sail, and bearing upon your bosom earth’s costliest treasures! you are to me the image and the emblem of the ocean of DIVINE LOVE–the Triune love of God the Father, of God the Son, and of God the Holy Spirit–full, limitless, free–restoring a heaven forfeited, and extinguishing a hell deserved. And, as I tread your pearly shore, muse upon your vast expanse, and listen to your sweet music murmuring at my feet, you shall raise my thoughts to Him who made you, fixed your bounds, pencilled your dimples, fanned your wavelets, controls your rage, and bids you do His pleasure.”
Blessings on your weekend, my dear friends.
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