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A Refugee’s Take on America

A Refugee’s Take on America

Sometimes the most unexpected conversations happen in the most unexpected places. She was my nail beautician, slim and petite, wearing a pair of glasses and a mask. But she possesses an attitude of ”I’ve seen it all, know it all” which raised my curiosity. Somehow...

Fearless

Fearless

Before I tell you the background about this painting, please let me ask you, friend: Did this past year feel very heavy to you too? Tell me about it, sister! The vision of this painting came into my mind when I was wrestling with the dark spirit. This image conveyed...

Fighting for Joy

Fighting for Joy

Today was a really beautiful day. Like most days, there was a lot of good tinged with a little bit of sad. Playing in the blowup pool in the backyard with my kids, making them water balloons and enjoying their laughter and carefree childhood. It reminded me a moment...

Come As You Are

Come As You Are

I just finished this long-overdue painting of my boys. Because my hands and eyes are rusty from not painting oil for a long period, this is not an easy start for me. Often times I was frustrated and discouraged. I had to repaint some areas over and over. But in the...

What Mamas Strive On

What Mamas Strive On

We are always so tired as mamas.  Cooking, cleaning, teaching, doing laundry, wiping butts, bath time, being a good wife, serving at our church or local mops group.  Then, when we do have down time, we tend to scroll or watch Netflix. Why? Because we want to...