"Toot toot!" Upcycled Thrift Shop Art. Acrylic painted on Thrift Shop Art print of "Wheat Fields", by Jacob van Ruisdael (Dutch, Haarlem 1628-29 - 1682 Amsterdam) with Thomas the Tank Engine, train tracks and a Sodor windmill painted in. By Jo Brookshaw

Acrylic painted on Thrift Shop Art print of "Wheat Fields", by Jacob van Ruisdael (Dutch, Haarlem - 1682 Amsterdam) with Thomas the Tank Engine, train tracks and a Sodor windmill painted in. By Jo Brookshaw

Easter Sunday 2016. Art reveal during  our Sunday service. Letters die-cut from black contact were stuck on canvas and painted over with a rock-texture effect. During the service, the stone was rolled back (with dramatic fog and lights) and letters were peeled off to reveal "He is RISEN".

Easter Sunday 2016. Art reveal during our Sunday service. Letters die-cut from black contact were stuck on canvas and painted over with a rock-texture effect. During the service, the stone was rolled back (with dramatic fog and lights) and letters were peeled off to reveal "He is RISEN".

"Create" - portraying the finger of God in a moment of creation. Reflective of the creation of Adam, of a baby in the womb and of the universe itself. Acrylic on Canvas painted live by Jo Brookshaw at The Salvation Army's Create Retreat in Bacchus Marsh, 2014.

"Create" - portraying the finger of God in a moment of creation. Reflective of the creation of Adam, of a baby in the womb and of the universe itself. Acrylic on Canvas painted live by Jo Brookshaw at The Salvation Army's Create Retreat in Bacchus Marsh,

"Once upon a Dream." Upcycled Thrift Shop Art. Acrylic painted on an original Thrift Shop Artwork. Based on Disney's Briar Rose/Aurora of "Sleeping Beauty." By Jo Brookshaw.

Acrylic painted on an original Thrift Shop Artwork. Based on Disney's Briar Rose/Aurora of "Sleeping Beauty." By Jo Brookshaw.

"Once Upon a Dream." Upcycled Thrift Shop Painting. Acrylic painted on an original Thrift Shop Artwork. Based on Disney's Briar Rose/Aurora from "Sleeping Beauty." By Jo Brookshaw.

Acrylic painted on an original Thrift Shop Artwork. Based on Disney's Briar Rose/Aurora from "Sleeping Beauty." By Jo Brookshaw.

"Let it Go." Upcycled Thrift Shop Painting. Acrylic paint on original Thrift Shopped Artwork. Elsa from Disney's "Frozen." By Jo Brookshaw

Acrylic paint on original Thrift Shopped Artwork. Elsa from Disney's "Frozen." By Jo Brookshaw

"The footsteps of Jesus."Painted live at a "Hymns and High Tea" event at Whittlesea City Salvation Army. Acrylic on Canvas by Jo Brookshaw.

"The footsteps of Jesus."Painted live at a "Hymns and High Tea" event at Whittlesea City Salvation Army. Acrylic on Canvas by Jo Brookshaw.

"I Surrender All" Painting of Jesus, with lyrics from "I Surrender All." Painted live for my Mum at her farewell from Wyndham City Corps. Acrylic on Canvas by Jo Brookshaw.

"I Surrender All" Painting of Jesus, with lyrics from "I Surrender All." Painted live for my Mum at her farewell from Wyndham City Corps. Acrylic on Canvas by Jo Brookshaw.

"See I am doing a New Thing" Acrylic on Canvas by Jo Brookshaw. Painted live for The Salvation Army's Tri-territorial Leader's Conference (leaders from Australia & New Zealand). Now hanging at Territorial Headquarters in the Australia Southern Territory.

"See I am doing a New Thing" Acrylic on Canvas by Jo Brookshaw. Painted live for The Salvation Army's Tri-territorial Leader's Conference (leaders from Australia & New Zealand). Now hanging at Territorial Headquarters in the Australia Southern Territory.

Watercolour word - Jesus. Prepared for a beginner's watercolour class at a craft camp. Masking fluid is used on watercolour paper to mark out the word.  When masking fluid is dry, a quick wash of brightly coloured thinned-out watercolour paint is laid over the top. When the paint is completely dry (hairdryer can be used to dry), the masking fluid can be carefully lifted off with a hard rubber eraser (mine is brown and slightly transparent).

Watercolour word - Jesus. Prepared for a beginner's watercolour class at a craft camp. Masking fluid is used on watercolour paper to mark out the word. When masking fluid is dry, a quick wash of brightly coloured thinned-out watercolour paint is laid over the top. When the paint is completely dry (hairdryer can be used to dry), the masking fluid can be carefully lifted off with a hard rubber eraser (mine is brown and slightly transparent).


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