The Lion, the Lamb, and the Exhibition.

The Exhibition in Port Elizabeth was our first in almost 2 years. It was a mere 3 days but the Lord blessed us with a successful show, and a trouble-free trip to PE and back with our overloaded old trailer. Also we have so many family and friends, new and old, to be thankful to for making it a wonderful weekend. Our son, John, also came from Johannesburg, to help us with the Exhibition. As we hadn’t  Exhibited in PE since March 2006, it was wonderful to have so many of our old friends and patrons coming to visit us.

For those who haven’t seen our Exhibitions before, you may like to see the set of photos that we took, and for those that were there, thank you for making it so memorable!

John drawing. PE,Walmer Park Exhibition '09

John drawing. PE,Walmer Park Exhibition ’09

Card stand and tables. PE,Walmer Park Exhibition

Card stand and tables. PE,Walmer Park Exhibition

4 corner rooms & 4 entrances made up the exhibition. Tables in the centre.

4 corner rooms & 4 entrances made up the exhibition. Tables in the centre.

View from the outside of the display, Centre Court, Walmer Park.

View from the outside of the display, Centre Court, Walmer Park.

John (husband) at one of the entrances,& the big Nguni painting that sold on the last day.

John (husband) at one of the entrances,& the big Nguni painting that sold on the last day.

Another outer corner view. Walmer Park Exhibition Sep '09

Another outer corner view. Walmer Park Exhibition Sep ’09

Travelling home ! 7 Sep '09

Travelling home ! 7 Sep ’09

After the painting of the roses in the last blog-post, there was little time to paint much before the big framing operation. John framed 22 new paintings for the Exhibition. However I did manage a couple of quick paintings,.. a ewe with a lamb; and  a lion on rice paper, that John managed to slip into existing frames.

Lion watercolour

Lion on Rice Paper

At this Exhibition we had many unframed sketches and paintings in folders, which proved to be very popular! The cards too, are always successful with a wide range (over 400 designs) and a low price, they were great for all who love art but can’t afford to buy the paintings.

Ewe&lamb

Ewe & Lamb. Watercolour. 360 x 270 mm

Lion and the Lamb
by——Crystal Lewis

Who is He…The mightiest of all
Who is He…Creation trembles at His call
Who is He…The lowly sacrifice, who paid a victims price
His name is Jesus

Jesus…From the Father’s own right hand
Jesus…Son of God and son of man
Jesus…Who died and rose again
Jesus…He’s the Lion and the Lamb

Who is He…With the power none can tame
Who is He…That every foe would fear his name
Who is he…Who was humbly led away, to suffer that dark day
His name is Jesus
He’s the lion and the lamb
He’s the Lamb that was slain
He’s the Lion that reigns
My Saviour and King both the same

Who is He…With the eyes that burn like fire
Who is He…Oh the wonder He inspires
Who is He…Who bore the guilt and shame
For those who’ve gone astray
His name is Jesus

 

 

 

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