Representational Art: Rev. 8:8-9


Today in art class, Victoria learned about ‘Representational Art’.

Representational art simply means that we viewers are able to recognize an object (or objects) within the piece of art.

For class today, I had several Scriptures from The Book of Revelation. This Book, from start ot finish is a vision the the author, John, done an excellent job in describing what he saw. I put on soft prophetic instrumental music and asked the kids to pray, reach in and draw out a Scripture, read it and then ask the Lord to help you visualize the Scripture as you read over it again and again. Once you have a clear image of what the Holy Spirit has given to you, then begin to draw.

Today we used chaulk.

This is the verse that Victoria drew out:

"Then the second angel sounded: And something like a great mountain burning with fire was thrown into the sea, and a third of the sea became blood. And a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed." ~ Rev. 8:8-9

And here is her picture:

 

The scanner didn’t pick up the chaulk print very well.

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