Wednesday, May 1
10:30 a.m. at 7000 Park Lane
Though she knew she wanted to be an artist by the third grade, Anne Nielson began seriously painting with oils in 2003. She started with still life, figures and landscapes; her desire to paint something reflective of her faith led her to painting angels.
Anne believes that each of us begins our life as a blank canvas, clean and fresh. Each trial, each joy, each heartache, and each hope leave an explosion of color and sweeping brush strokes. When we allow God to take over as the master artist, we find He carefully adds the dimension and highlights, so we become Masterpieces.
Anne will share personal stories about her faith and how it resonates in her work. Anne's stories are a beautiful reminder that God is both our creator and the fulfiller of promises. He is the artist of our life.
Following the luncheon, Anne will be signing her newest book, a memoir, The Brushstrokes of Life, at the St. Michael's Woman's Exchange.
Ticket information will be available in early 2024