“The Faces of Goodness” acrylic portrait collection reflects human experience captured on canvas. I sought to highlight the struggles, victories, and faith of those who have traveled through difficult places. I hope my paintings will grace you with the encouragement God provides for those who trust and believe!
The Messenger depicts Jesus, the Messiah who brings hope, mercy, and grace to humankind.
The hopeful honors those living with uncertainty—hearty souls that gaze into the future in search of a brighter tomorrow.
The Burden Bearer reflects those who care for others through prayers, encouragement, and service.
The Giver expresses a glorious burden—the challenge and blessings of bringing literacy resources to struggling readers.
Blossom was inspired by people, like Joseph in the bible, that blossom in the midst of difficult circumstances. She is also a tribute to cancer survivors!
The Seeker looks into your soul and inspires you to search for the unknown!
The Traveler…when God’s destiny takes us into the unknown.
The Whisper…for all the women that believed what God had spoken.
The Seer is for those to whom God reveals His plans and purposes.
Believe in Your Becoming…dare to develop your creativity!
The Fighter…when giving up isn’t an option!
Time for Change, when something deep inside drives you to find your true north!
Acrylic portrait of my granddaughter, Deanna.
Here’s some DIY lessons that will show you how to paint eyes:
Hey JoDee, could you please send me an email – I found you through Higher Calling and am working on a book about women’s oppression globally, I want to chat about using one of your paintings! Its firstname.lastname@example.org
I read your comment and email. What a complement to have you consider my painting for your book. I am going to email you to discuss this.
I love “The Fighter”. This collection is great!!
Hi Jodee…Wow! You capture the expressions of each face so beautifully! Enjoyed visiting your page! Always exciting to see what you are up to in your creative journey. 🙂
Thank you Donna! So wonderful to read your encouraging comment!