Week 2 – Color and Theme Project

For this week the color is white and the theme is failure suggested by Florence Kuek. Thank you for your great support!!!

I went out for a walk earlier and I was thinking about the theme… Who doesn’t experience failure at a point in their lives? I personally think I had more failures that success… I hope we can all learn how to slay this giant this week!

“There are few certainties in life. But one thing is for sure: we will all fail at something at some point in our lives. God understands our humanness. To learn from our failures we must contemplate them from the inside out and view it with God’s eyes. There’s nothing we’ve done that God cannot forgive if we will repent.” – David Jeremiah

 

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About artbycamila

Hello! My name is Camila Silva. I'm currently living in Brazil where I study visual arts. View all posts by artbycamila

5 responses to “Week 2 – Color and Theme Project

  • Florence Kuek

    Amen about slaying the giant named “failure”!
    Let exercise the Sword of His Spirit (Scripture), and release the power of scriptural Visual Art (the Sight of God)!

  • forhisgloryandpraise

    I am using your idea of the color and theme project for my daughter’s homeschooling. Once or twice a week, depending on my health and lessening of pain, we take walks to let her take photos. We have 2 jars filled with slips of paper. one contains different colors, and dthe other has different emotions, or actions. She usually picks 2 from each jar before each walk. For instance the other day she got dark purple and gold, and her emotions were loneliness, and togetherness. She then can take pictures of anything with those two colors for either of the emotons she picked. She loves doing this and it has made her think about the emotions as related to the colors and what she photographs. This week we took it another step by showing her how to use a photoshop program to combine pictures or add wording and pictures to her photographs. Thank you for sharing the idea!

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