See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Thursday, April 16, 2009

My St. Sebastian


Image: Detail from my panel: "Holy Card: St. Sebastian, Martyr" - Terrance Nelson, 2009

The entire image can be viewed on my art blog, Up Your Street - which I update frequently. I hope to enter the piece in an upcoming art festival, entries will be accepted for the jury to review this weekend - I hope it isn't too amateurish.

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SOLD. (I have never sold a painting so fast, thanks be to God.)

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13 comments:

  1. David8:02 PM

    Just came online for first time today now Terry (6PM PST) and WOW what a nice St. Sebastian! I want it...I want it, LOL

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  2. It's great, Terry. Really nice.

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  3. Thanks Thom - I wasn't sure.

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  4. It says so much, to me, anyway. More than I'm willing to publicly divulge.

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  5. I think it's very nice, and far from amateurish.

    It's another "crime scene" though , but one that may help Christ win some souls.
    Poor Sebastian !!
    ...........................
    Your personality cracks me up.

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  6. I love it...he's so real.
    Thank you for sharing--I really enjoy your work, even when it startles me.

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  7. Anonymous8:40 AM

    I just think your blog is among the best. Also how can one go about buying your art? Can you let me know.

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  8. I am so glad you brought back Up Your Street!

    Thank you

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  9. Thanks everyone - I appreciate your encouragement.

    Anonymous - my email is on my profile - just click on "view my complete profile" in the sidebar and send me an email with any question about buying my work.

    Thanks.

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  10. Father, thank you very much!

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  11. (I hopped over here from Thom's blog.)

    This is beautiful - St. Sebastian is my baptismal saint. Really excellent work!

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