An artist will never run out of places in the city to paint en plein air and share Christ with curious onlookers.
Our first ever JEPA Workshop was at the Lummis House, which is situated in the scenic Arroyo Seco in Los Angeles.
Natural History Museum – I spent Saturday (6-23-12) scouting sites for the JEPA Workshops. My first stop was the Rose Garden at Exposition Park in Los Angeles. I’ve taught workshops here before (2008, 2003), but things have changed since then. … Read More
Why is it important to walk by faith? In yesterday’s post, I talked about meeting the cook, the x-con and the prostitute on a street corner in South Central Los Angeles. All my visitors had intriguing stories to tell. … Read More
If you’re painting and preaching where drug dealers and prostitutes hang out, it won’t hurt to show you’ve got a little Godly gangsta in you. There are certain areas of large cities where I know I will be visited by … Read More