Friday, March 01, 2013

The Birdseed Project: More Than Many Sparrows

#2 Mocking Sage__for the Birdseed Project__6x8 oil __$190 includes shipping
The Birdseed Project ... "More Than Many Sparrows"

 My mom and dad always fed the backyard birds. Mom now lives in a nursing home, so for several years I have been feeding the birds there. Her room and "family room" windows have a view of a small yard which can be enjoyed by residents and guests, so I have put out bird feeders, and a bird bath.
Recently, other residents have told me that they love the birds! They ask me to sprinkle seed here and there so they can see the birds better. 
To afford more seed for the hungry birds and these precious older people, I am doing a short-term project. Since I have photographed birds all over America, I am painting small bird studies. When I sell one,10-20% of the sales price is "seed money". I hope these small art works will fund the filling of the feeders a little bit at a time. I call it
 "The Birdseed Project: More Than Many Sparrows"...
because Jesus once said that The Father even knows every sparrow that falls. He said that OUR LIFE is precious to Him and worth more than many sparrows.
I want old people to know this!
You may contribute to The Birdseed Project! 
$10 will purchase a large bag of seed that can fill 5 feeders TWICE!
TAX-DEDUCTIBLE donations can be made without having to purchase a painting!
Threefold Cord Ministries are "Friends of the Forgotten". They accept ANY donation, and will send it to the Birdseed Project. They will use 10% to administer the details. Contact Threefold Cord Ministries, and ASK!!! These are AWESOME people, and good friends of mine. If you have a loved one who is in the "Last Season" of life, I urge you to get their book:
 "Finding Life in the Last Season"....You will be encouraged!

 I will post an occasional bird painting that I hope you will like. Tell your bird-loving friends!...if you would like more info or price and cost numbers, please e-mail me.
To see all the paintings, click on my blog, and type in a search for "bird seed".

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