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  • The Prophet Jeremiah Lamenting Over the Destruction of Jerusalem – Nancy Conant

    $2,400.00

    The Prophet Jeremiah Lamenting Over the Destruction of Jerusalem

    Framed 26 x 20

    Pastel

    This painting is a reproduction of Rembrandt’s piece, circa 1630, “The Prophet Jeremiah Lamenting Over the Destruction of Jerusalem”. I worked on this for three months. I love painting after the old masters. I learn so much as I do. Enjoy!

  • Raymond of Ghana – Nancy Conant

    $1,800.00

    Raymond of Ghana

    Framed 38 x 32

    Pastel

    Raymond is a very good friend of our family. This kind-hearted man has the most beautiful skin and graciously accepted to “sit” for a group of us, so we could paint him from life. What a trooper! Thanks Raymond! Nothing hones in your skills like painting from life. There is so much more to see than what the camera gives you; nuances that the photo just can’t catch.

  • Dream Rider – Nancy Conant

    $3,400.00

    Dream Rider

    Framed 22 x 26

    Pastel

    This painting has been marinating in my mind for years. I dreamed of painting a little girl on a carousel.

    Remembering what a magical moment it was for my daughters to ride the merry-go-round was my inspiration. Fast forward 10 years, and one of those daughters ended up being the photographer for the photo shoot for “Dream Rider”!

  • Where’s Bekah? – Nancy Conant

    Where’s Bekah?

    Unframed 18 x 25

    Pastel

    SOLD

    This piece may have taken a while to paint, but for obvious reasons, I couldn’t help but have fun with it. It was taken from a photo shot of my daughter, Bekah on her bed, while she was surrounded with all her beloved buddies. Her three year old mind really believed we couldn’t find her when we enthusiastically inquired, “Where’s Bekah”?! I can still hear her squeals of delight and excitement.

  • Yomi – Nancy Conant

    $3,200.00

    Yomi

    Framed 32 x 19

    Pastel

    Yomi is a precious young lady who attends the same high school as my daughter, Rebekah.

    This young lady is as beautiful on the inside, as she is on the out; Yomi graciously agreed to “model” for me so I could paint her portrait. As a portrait artist, I tend to “study” people and their unique features. The moment I saw Yomi, I said, “I ABSOLUTELY HAVE TO PAINT HER!”

  • Rose of Sharon – Nancy Conant

    $1,800.00

    Rose of Sharon

    Framed 38 x 38

    Pastel

    I was inspired to paint this beautiful flower. My inspiration has been attributed to Jesus, my Lord. Although this scripture is referred to only once and to the bride of Solomon; through the ages Jesus has been referred to as The Rose of Sharon. Why? I suppose it is because Jesus Christ is the pinnacle of beauty and splendor. Of course, His earthly body could not boast of such attributes, (Isaiah 53:2) but His spiritual beauty and majesty remain unsurpassed by any created being in Heaven or on Earth, (2 Peter 1:16). Christ’s healing powers and pain-relieving actions, find a definite point of comparison with those of the rock-rose. Is it any wonder that the “Great Physician,” Who came to heal those who were physically ill, as well as those who were spiritually sick, should be given the name of a flower known for its sweet aroma and soothing medicinal qualities?

  • Proverbs 25:11 – Nancy Conant

    $1,800.00

    Proverbs 25:11

    Framed 14 x 18

    Pastel

    My prayer is that my mouth would be used to speak blessings to others. This is what it’s like when you speak a timely word: Apples of Gold In Settings of Silver.

  • Checkers – Nancy Conant

    $1,260.00

    Checkers

    Framed 14 x 20

    Pastel

    Checkers is a Eurasian Eagle Owl who lives in the United Kingdom at a place called Turbary Woods. It is home to many birds of prey that have been injured or abandoned. They rehabilitate and in some cases, release these marvelous creatures back to the wild. Special thanks go out to Zoo Director, Andy Bilsborough for granting me permission to paint Checkers’ portrait!

  • Your Heavenly Father Feeds Them – Nancy Conant

    $840.00

    Your Heavenly Father Feeds Them

    Framed 13 x 19

    Pastel

    This gorgeous Green-Headed Tanager found in Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina, must have been a blast for God to create! Just look at the vibrant colors on this little fellow! The inspiration came from Matthew 6:26 NKJV

    Look at the birds of the air: They do not sow or reap or gather into barns–and yet your Heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?
    This truth is both liberating and sobering. I find it liberating in the sense that I do not have to strive to “make things happen” because my Father in Heaven knows my needs before I even speak of them. I find it sobering, because sometimes I forget that truth.

  • Peacock – Nancy Conant

    $2,250.00

    Peacock

    Framed 19 x 19

    Pastel

    When my nephew told my sister and me that there was a whole family of peacocks living in a near by neighborhood we grabbed our cameras and went wild, shooting hundreds of pictures, (just so I could get one good shot to paint from out of the whole bunch!). This proud fellow posed beautifully for about 15 minutes.

    I so enjoyed painting him. I have a wonderful set of Sennelier Iridescent Pastels that I rarely get to use. But for hummingbirds and this guy, it’s all about the sparkly stuff! Yeah!

  • Humming Bird Don’t Fly Away – Nancy Conant

    $1,200.00

    Humming Bird Don’t Fly Away

    Framed 10 x 12

    Pastel

    I could paint these little guys all day long! I love using my sparkly pastels; I love the colors in the birds and the many varieties that exist. Finding photos that I can legally paint from is another story and extremely difficult!

  • Fru-Tail Hawk – Nancy Conant

    $840.00

    Fru-Tail Hawk

    12 x 12 Pastel

    Framed – Add 2-3 inches per side

    Whenever I see a hawk or eagle soaring on the wind currents, I just have to stare – even when I’m driving! Yikes! But it’s true. How they glide so beautifully, searching the land for their next meal. Simply stunning!
    FUN FACT: The Fru-Tail Hawk got its name because it’s a cross between a ferruginous hawk and a red tail hawk. The color of its eyes gives it away.