More Pictures With a Story

Birds and plum tree blossoms are often put together in oriental paintings. To answer a question from the earlier post on this subject, yes we do have a straight-on photo of the painting teacher Tony did for me before I left Taiwan. Along with it came many more pieces of art from the churches and the school.

(By the way I have so much that the Taiwanese  This was a gift from the Art Teacher at Nan Jungstudents and teachers gave me that even now, months later, a new surprise is “unpacked” from time to time. This Tuesday I found an art pad  I had been given from another teacher at the King Car summer camps. It was just what I needed because I had used the last page on the previous pad last week.)

He also gave this one as a birthday present.In Kenting National Park my pastor found a calligrapher and had him write my name as another birthday surprise.These pictures have all encouraged me to use my art skills to bring glory to the Creator and joy to others.

From Peter, Judy, Tiffany, Oolong, David, Rita, Hidie and Wen, Sunday school students at Chaojhou Holiness ChurchA poster for school meeting announcementsCharity Never Fails, from the Sunday school of the Presbyterian Church


  1. Jonathan February 26, 2010 at 1:08 pm #

    Wow, those are nice paintings Donald.

  2. Matthew February 26, 2010 at 5:19 pm #

    Wonderful paintings! I appreciate your purpose for creating art, “…use my art skills to bring glory to the Creator and joy to others…” This is an excellent purpose for every area of life – Thanks for sharing Donald.

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