There are times when we feel like we are lost, like the world is too big to notice the things we need, like kindness or care or love. Or sometimes, just a smile from someone you see while you’re making your way out and about. You just want to know that you are here for […]
Hey ya’ll! I’m giving away an artsy, one-of-a-kind, apron to one of my newsletter subscribers. I like to reward my newsletter subscribers with various things (because it’s really sweet that they sign up to get my twice monthly (ish) email) so if you’re not get a newsletter subscriber, you can do that here: Subscribe * […]
I’m so proud of my book, Painting the Psalms, and I was even more thrilled to have rec’d this lovely review from the Booklife Prize: Idea/Concept: This is a charming, gift-style book that integrates artwork in a manner that further illuminates its interpretation of various Psalms. Burbach’s key readership will be the like-minded faithful, though […]
I showed you a while back how I painted some IKEA containers to spruce them up and make them colorful and fun. I love these little containers and think they go so well with the carts IKEA sells. Well, now they offer larger sized containers, so of course I had to get a few! And […]
As a mixed media artist, sometimes this is what the end of your night looks like.
UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who sent in suggestions! I have chosen my magnet winners and have taken all the suggestions into account. You’ve given me a lot to think about it. I’m doing some planning for 2020, ya’ll, and what is most important to me is what you want to see. So, I’m looking for […]
Popped in at the “Beliefs” exhibit happening now at the Art Garage in Green Bay, WI. This is an exhibition dedicated to personal beliefs with a goal to help viewers reframe how they approach various religious beliefs, scriptural writings, scientific theories, etc. The exhibit embraces the idea that both science and religion are human attempts […]
A new year. A new decade. My Top Nine of 2019. A collection of art, exhibits, shows, and ecourses. I am grateful for each moment. A wish from Neil, which seems like a good way to start the year.
My Sabbath routine: cooking for my family and listening to music that fills my soul. This weekend, MercyMe’s “Greater” was on repeat!
Needed to feel my grandma with me yesterday, so I made her famous cherry cake. I miss her. Isn’t it funny how recipes can make us feel like people who have passed are right in the room with us? This cake is so delish I can’t even tell you. (And, I can’t share the recipe, […]