Draper Fine Art

Contemporary

Modern Foliage

Lisa Draper

12” x 36”
Mixed Media on Canvas
Wired and ready to hang

This piece is one of color - much like what I’d find in a forest, but more reminiscent of what I find in a city that is working to mimic what was originally built by God.

This piece is a reminder that none of us can truly imitate what is around us. Finding comfort and beauty where we are and improving on ourselves and our environment simply to the end of creating our own work of art creates the best results.

Lisa Draper
Artist
www.draperfineart.com

Sale inquiries, contact Lisa Draper at lisa@draperfineart.com

Gethsemane

Lisa Draper

24” x 36”
Mixed Media Resin on Board
Wired and ready to hang

This ball of light is Christ laying on a rock, as the powers of Darkness seep through him, during his atonement for our sins.

Above this small detail, The Destroyer, in the form of a great beast, pushes down on his body, and looks up in disdain as an angel descends from Heaven, to comfort Christ through his suffering. 

Below Christ and The Destroyer, chains that bind the Olive Tree (and all of us) to Hell are beginning to break.

This piece brings together many beliefs I have about the sacrifice of Christ for me.

As I have studied scripture, and works of fiction that have alluded to the atonement, such as CS Lewis's work "The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe", I have come to know my Savior as a being of great light and love. I know that he took on my debt, to allow Mercy to replace Justice.

I will be forever grateful.
He lives.

Lisa Draper
Artist
www.draperfineart.com

Contact Lisa Draper for pricing
lisa@draperfineart.com

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The Futile Escape of Jonah

Lisa Draper

24” x 30”
Mixed Media on Board
Framed in black float frame, ready to hang

I have always been fascinated by the story of Jonah. Here is a man who truly dedicated his whole life to his God - until one day the task just was too hard. And God provided a way for him to try again, and understand that all of God’s children were worth saving.

But (spoiler) even after he fulfilled his task, he didn’t understand. He didn’t get that God cared about everyone, and that - just like he got another chance after leaving knowingly - the people of Ninevah (who hadn’t even realized they were so far off) got another chance as well. Jonah ends in a beautiful way for the people of Ninevah, and very unsatisfying for Jonah, who chooses to sit and wait for a destruction that would never come.

May we all see the worth of those around us, and rejoice when we see others change, instead of holding over their heads all that they have forsaken.

Lisa Draper
Artist
www.draperfineart.com

Contact Lisa Draper for pricing
lisa@draperfineart.com

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