“Painting the Psalms All Year Long,” is taught by artist Cherie Burbach. Each Painting the Psalms ecourse consists of a mixed media painting project inspired by the Psalms and consists of a different technique and supply list. This collective ecourse offers all twelve of the listed Psalms for half off the regular price. You […]
Join Cherie Burbach as she shows you how to paint flowers using a variety of different pigment types and methods. You’ll work with acrylics, paper, color blocking, and more so you can create art in your own individual style. You’ll see the step-by-step progress from start to finish, including all the small details that make […]
In this Painting the Psalms ecourse, we will create a picture inspired by Psalm 103 and focusing on verse 20, which says, “Bless the LORD, ye his angels, that excel in strength, that do his commandments, hearkening unto the voice of his word.”
Join Cherie Burbach as she shows you how to paint faces using a variety of different pigment types. You’ll work with acrylics, oil sticks, gelatos, and Pitt pens to create four individual “mixed media girl” faces, learning how each type of paint and pigment creates different looks that you can apply to your art. She […]
God gave us the gift of creativity, and when we use it, we are celebrating the blessing of being free. Creative pursuits can help us let go of expectations, quiet our minds, and allow us to view the world just a little bit differently. Doing art, even if you’re not someone that normally paints or […]
A mixed media painting course inspired by Psalm 62:1, which says: “Truly my soul finds rest in God, my salvation comes from him.”
A mixed media painting project inspired by Psalm 96:12, which says “Let the fields be jubilant, and everything in them; let all the trees of the forest sing for joy.”
A mixed media painting project inspired by Psalm 98 and the song “Joy to the World.”
A mixed media painting project inspired by the 23rd Psalm.
A mixed media painting project inspired by Psalm 29:11, which says “The LORD gives strength to his people; the LORD blesses his people with peace.”
A mixed media painting project that you can do with any Psalm or verse you chose. You pick your favorite wording.
A mixed media painting project inspired by Psalm 1:3, which says, “That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither– whatever they do prospers.”
A mixed media painting that uses old love notes to create a beautiful art piece you can display in your home.
A mixed media painting using inks and fluid acrylics. The painting is inspired by Psalm 91:11, which says “For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways.”
A mixed media painting project inspired by Psalm 103:15, which says, “As for man, his days are as grass: as a flower of the field, so he flourisheth.” (KJV) Life is temporary and sometimes remembering that can help us put things in perspective, like remembering that there is blessing in the doing as much as […]
The thought that God created the entire universe was the inspiration for this project. God’s fingerprints are on everything, and that is a blessing. Why not use our fingerprints for this project? Sounds like fun to me!
A complete mixed media painting project inspired by Psalm 46:10, which says “Be still and know that I am God.” The project involves a canvas board, oil pastels, oil sticks, Indian inks, paper, and other ephemera.
An 8×10 inch painting created on canvas board from start to finish. Mixed media artist Cherie Burbach takes you through her process for creating an entire painting inpsired by Psalm 139 and focusing on the verse “fearfully and wonderfully made.”
A mixed media art project based on Psalm 127:3, which says, “Children are a gift from the Lord.” Project includes aquabord, Pitt pens, paper, and stamping.
In Word of the Year Mixed Media Painting, I share a variety of art techniques that will help you celebrate a specific word or mantra. Many people choose a word of the year so they can improve their lives, and when you combine that intention with painting you not only get the meditative benefits of […]