Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Out Of The Blue

This was an outdoor art exhibit we attended last summer.

There was a T.V. reporter interviewing the artist for the news. This was her face when she saw ME with my camera aimed at her!

The name of this exhibit is "Alee Of Dreams". Alee means "away from the wind". And I sure am glad there was wind that day, because the exhibit needs wind to interact. And it did that beautifully!

“Immediately I saw Four Angels standing at the four corners of earth, standing steady with a firm grip on the four winds so no wind would blow on earth or sea, not even rustle a tree.”

Revelation 7


Carla from The River said...

I love the color blue. It is my very favorite.
This is fun, I like that surprised look on the T.V. reporter.

Rose said...

I would have loved to see this...would have been interesting.

Margaret Adamson said...

Interestingly and different exhibition

Sandra said...

it is really pretty. I would like to see the wind whipping it, and even laundry on a windy day clothesline is art to me.. love the colors to. very interesting. I hope you don't hate gmail like I do

Nancy Chan said...

This particular blue is my favourite blue. Nice to see the wind helping the exhibition to be a success.


Reminds me of a shower curtain.

I'm sure it was pretty when the breeze blew it gently....making it a curtain of rhyme in a way. Pretty.

LV said...

You always finds things to make us want to come back for more. This is so neat. I guess I do not get out enough to find interesting sights. Take care and thanks for being such a welcomed visitor.

Tamago said...

That's a beautiful exhibit! Beautiful in the nature. I imagine it was really pleasant to see them swaying in the wind :-)
P.S. Thank you for your comment! I do exec. assistant and also accounting job so I get quite busy during year end. It's getting slower now :-)

Steve Finnell said...


Which of the following man-made creeds did the first century church use as their authority for faith and practice?

1. Catechism of the Catholic Church.

2. The Nicene Creed.

3. The Westminster Confession of Faith.

4. The Heidel Catechism.

5. Methodist 25 Articles of Faith.

6. Mennonite Brethren Confession of Faith.

7. The Augsburg Confession of Faith.

8. Spurgeon's Catechism.

The answer is the first century church did not use man-made creeds as their authority for faith and practice. They use Scripture and Scripture alone.

Acts 2:42And they continued steadfastly in the apostles doctrine....(NKJV)

The apostles doctrine was Scripture. The words and writings of the apostles were Scripture.

2 Peter 3:15-16 ...as also our brother Paul, according to the wisdom given to him, has written to you, 16 as also in all his epistles, speaking in them these things, to which are some things hard to understand, which those who are untaught and unstable twist to their own destruction, as they do also the rest of the Scriptures. (NKJV)

The apostles Paul's writings were Scriptures, they were not man-made creeds.

The first century church did not use man-made creed books as their guide for faith and practice.

Jesus condemned the man-made creeds of the scribes and Pharisees. Mark 7:5-9.......9 And He said to them, "All too well you reject the commandments of God that you may keep your tradition.(NKJV)

If man-made creeds include things not in the Bible, they are traditions of men. If the creeds of men are contrary to the Bible they are false creeds. On Judgment Day men will be judged according to God's written word. The Bible and the Bible alone.

Man-made creeds are written to change the meaning of Scripture to fit denominational doctrines.

The question remains can man-made creeds save anyone?


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Ann Thompson said...

How pretty. I can only imagine how amazing this looks with the wind blowing.
That background on my computer is a free one that I got from Debbie Mumm. She has the cutest desktop backgrounds

Ruth Hiebert said...

That is quite pretty and a lovely color.

Denise inVA said...

Love your photos, they are art too :). It is a lovely exhibit and the shot of the reporter is great.

reana claire said...

The TV reporter looked so startled.. hahaa.. she must be very surprised to see her fan taking a picture of her... Nice shots again, Ginny!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Lovely color on the fabric. You captured the look on the reporter's face just at the right moment!

SweetMarie said...

makes me think of a warm summer day sitting in a swing on a porch and the gentle breeze blowing this beautiful blue all around me

Linda said...

I've never heard of an outdoor art exhibit but it looks amazing!