Glorifying God in Sisterhood through Painting, Bible Study and Music.
I feel blessed to embark on this amazing journey God is calling me to follow. I am definitely no scholar but God is calling me to use the gifts He gave me to paint his beautiful creations. My first project is painting the women of the Bible. Maybe through these workshops, while we are painting, we might share with each other a moment of deeper appreciation for the women that they were and what they represented in their time.
Deepening Faith Through Art
I partnered with Sonya Palino for this project and It’s our wholehearted prayer, that through our evenings of painting, sharing, laughing, and snacking, that the Holy Spirit speaks to each one of us. That we all walk away tonight not only with fun memories and a beautiful painting THAT WE DID WITH OUR OWN HAND, but inspired by The Women of the Bible and enlightened in how we can use their stories to help us live better lives and help us with our own challenges and also remind us how much we should celebrate women.
Painting & Celebrating the Women in the Bible
Sign up quickly as space is very limited! See Calendar HERE
I look forward to painting The Women in the Bible with you!
Nathalie Villeneuve is a Canadian-born visual artist. Her paintings are best described as Expressionist meets Parisian chic. Villeneuve’s, strong influence of Franz Marc, a German printmaker considered a pioneer of the German Expressionist movement, creates a series of heavy lines contrasting bright colors fading into soft brush strokes on canvas.
Her body of work depicts women in dance, cinema, photography and even the mundane such as sitting at a Cafe or by the beach. The scenes she creates on canvas consists of elegant, long-legged feminine figures gracefully perched and seem frozen in time during moments of peaceful reflections.
Villeneuve, a Meriden resident has shown her artwork at various galleries and venues in Connecticut and Canada. She now has a growing body of collectors throughout the U.S. Northeast. Ms. Villeneuve studied at the Dicksen Art Center/UCLA under Professor Roger Herman towards receiving her Bachelor’s of Interdisciplinary Art.
For more information: www.NathalieVilleneuve.com