Father’s Eyes

4 Responses

  1. Randy, I am finally taking time to peruse your site. Your painting is more than art. It is thought provoking and in some ways courageous. Courageous because of the topics you address, bringing to life a visual image that for some of us is the most sure way to make a lasting impression. I am thankful that a random “twitter selection” led me to your work. You are making a unique difference in the lives of others. I wish you the best in your creative and most spiritual work!


    Amy Potts August 24, 2010 at 2:08 pm #
  2. Thanks so much, Amy. That means a lot!!

    admin September 11, 2010 at 10:28 pm #
  3. This is amazing. You have blessed my life today. Your art has a great voice. God bless you. May God increase your creativity and bless more than we can ever imagin.
    Blessings. Lois

    Lois Nangudi. October 4, 2010 at 12:05 am #
  4. Randy –

    I spent a bit of time today enjoying the message behind each of your incredible paintings. There were several that touched and spoke to me in personal ways but none as much as this one. Image for women, especially those whose feminity have been attacked, is a struggle close to my heart. The message I saw from God while reading this painting reminded me of the mirror God allowed me to look into as I learned to use His eyes to restore my brokenness and identity. Actually, one of the chapters in my book is entitled, “I have my Father’s Eyes.” It is a dedication to His tender love and a declaration that with God’s eyes, we can heal. This painting shouts HOPE in a thousand ways. I love this!!!!!! Your talent and creativity is limitless!

    Lesa Melchor May 12, 2011 at 9:56 pm #

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