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$250 + tax and shipping
Use contact box if you are interested in the original painting.
Prints can be ordered online below.
The 11" X 14" original painting is done in acrylic paint on a stretched canvas without a frame. It is painted along the side edges, so a frame is not necessary. It comes with a wire on the back for hanging.
Wall prints are available printed on acid free paper. Wall prints come in two sizes.
- one print on 8.5 X 11 inches paper is $25 plus tax and shipping
- one print on 13 X 19 inches paper is $35 plus tax and shipping
- BUY ANY TWO OF SAME SIZE, GET ONE FREE OF SAME SIZE
Large 5.5 X 8.5 inches note cards are also available. Artwork is on the front of the card. The inside of the card is left blank. The story and scriptures are on the back of the card.
- one card is $10 plus tax and shipping
- Ten cards are $5.00 each plus tax and shipping
- 25 cards are $3.60 each plus tax and shipping
- one bookmark $6 plus tax and shipping
- buy ten bookmarks @$4.00 each plus tax and shipping
These come from my local studio and are lovingly handled by me.
The first to visit the baby Jesus were shepherds from the sheep fields between Bethlehem and Jerusalem. Many believe these shepherds were trained by Rabbis to breed the special sheep used in the Temple sacrifices. When it was time for a sheep to give birth, they took the expectant sheep to a birthing center on the lower floor of a watch tower just outside Bethlehem called the Tower of the Flock or Migdal Eder. When the lamb was born, the shepherds inspected it and wrapped it in strips of cloth to protect it from getting hurt or dirty and laid it in a manger. If it was a perfect lamb, it was destined for the temple sacrifices. When the angel announced Christ’s birth to the shepherds, they knew exactly where to go, the Tower of the Flock where the swaddling cloths and manger were. What a fitting place for the Lamb of God to be born.
Matthew 1:11. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. 12 And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.