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Today I have been darkening the image in order to create more contrast. I promise that the video’s and time lapses are coming. Stay tuned!
Greg shares an experience he had during the model shoot for “In His Light.” Greg thought that he would get some photos of the Jesus model and then find the right model for the child at another time. When the models wife and son showed up at the shoot he changed his mind.
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Here’s a short video clip from Friday’s painting session. It’s the first of many to come. In this video, I talk a little bit about color theory and how I’m implementing it into this new painting.
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I just started working on a new image today. The working title right now is “Out of the Wilderness.” I thought it would be fun to film the image as it progresses. Here is a 5 minute clip for those that are interested. Keep a look out for a time lapse of my progress (I’ll condense hours of painting down to a few minutes).
Greg shares an experience he had with his 2 youngest daughters. He explains the way he resolved this issue and some insights that were gained as a result.
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Anthony Rose asked, “Have you had any experiences with Jesus which have helped you to paint the way you do?”
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Doreen asked Greg, “Do you use photo’s to paint from and also, do you remember my parents Ken and Carmen Thomas?” Greg also talks about the time it takes to create an image.
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Greg recently gave a fireside talk. In this audio clip Greg shares some of his thoughts about the painting “Hope on the Horizon,” among other things. Christ bridges the divide between where we are and where we want to be.
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Anna Douglas asked Greg through Facebook, “When do you name your art pieces? Do you begin with an idea or do you name them upon completion?”
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I received a question from Annie Call on Facebook. She asked, “When you get ready to paint pictures of Christ, are you painting from personal revelations of what he looks like? or what you think he would look like? I have noticed your images of Christ are slightly different than the ones we normally see….”
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Greg shares some of his thoughts on the painting “Let Him In.” He stands at the door and knocks, it’s our decision to let Him in.
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Tina Reeder asked a question via Facebook. Do you create your art work to go with specific sayings or do you find a saying and create the art work to go with the saying?
Sharalee Christiansen asked Greg via Facebook, how old he was when he started painting?
Does anyone else have additional questions or comments? We would love to hear from you!
Amber Phipps asked the following question by way of Facebook. In the painting “Children of the World,” did you have models for the children? I ask because the young lady kneeling down with a child on her lap has my face. Maybe I have a twin out there? : ) Here is Greg’s response.
Do you have any additional questions about “Children of the World?” Let me know.
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This audio was taken from a recent devotional that Greg gave. He explains some of his thoughts about the image “Precious in His Sight.” Sometimes we might get down and discouraged, but hopefully not for long. God created us. Our worth is greater than we realize!
Recently we asked the fans from Facebook what questions they had for Greg. We received a number of questions and decided to shoot video of Greg’s responses. In this short video Susan Clemons asks, “What inspires your art work? The goofy looking guy asking the questions on the left is myself, Chad Field. I’m Greg’s son-in-law. We hope you enjoy the video and plan on doing more video responses in the future. Please let us know what you think. Hopefully this video will inspire you to ask additional questions in order to get to know Greg and his art work a little better.