Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Instruction and Knowledge

"Let instruction and knowledge mean more to you than silver or the finest gold," Proverbs 8:10.
Riches can disappear in a flash, but knowledge lasts until you have no brain power. Interestingly, the Proverbs were written by King Solomon, the wisest and most wealthy man alive in those days, yet he saw that riches meant nothing without instruction and knowledge.

I used a playing card as the base, painted it, adhered ephemera, tinted the photo with colored pencils, etched in gel medium and dry brushed with gold paint. I used part of a book binding for the label and wrote the word with a Micron pen.

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