Ok well that is not quite true but I have to say Blogging on N is really hard .
I thought of nautical, naughty, neighbours , Nieces, Nice ( just hate that word) but decided on new.
New what I hear you ask ok maybe not actually hear you but imagine that you are thinking that.
Well this week I am sharing with you some NEW art work. Not mine but some that were painted during the evening celebration service at Spring Harvest last week.
These were created in less than 2 hours.
This one was all newspaper strips threaded on netting with a cross over.
I am not sure what this was but took the picture anyway
I loved the simplicity of this showing that if we all work together there does not need to be a mess.
This was from the childrens worship session
As was this what a brilliant way to re uses CDs.
Again I think this was smashed up CDs
These three photos are obviously of one painting. The speaker had been talking about a dream she had had where she was being dangled over a canyon thinking she was going to fall but how the eagle had come and lifted her on wings to protect her.
This was also amazing a clay pot broken but still letting light shine through.
This painting was completely different all I could think was what a mess but actually that is what it is and sums up how our lives are sometimes, well I know mine is. There is the beauty of the flowers tho that makes it bearable.
If you like what you see here then please visit the artist at
on her web site she has a better interpretation these are just my thoughts before I read her notes.
Oh another new I want to share with you is this
It might not seem a very exciting pavement ( sidewalk) but it does mean that the children at the school I work in can walk more safetly to the playing field for PE.
Anyway that is my offering this week for Alphabet Thursday .
Pop over to see what else is on offer at http://jennymatlock.blogspot.com/
Also sorry if I did not get to see you all last week but I was away and have not stopped since I got back sorry
I promise to visit and comment this week