River Bible Institute
Jake is also the great grandson of the Lucky Swede.
Jake does not consider himself to be an artist, per SE. These two paintings are from his high school years. However, I think they are both worthy of note, from the adorable realistic skunk, right down to his perfectly crafted skunk toe nails, this is a nice work of art.
The mountain shows drama and firm and the artists sensitivity to form and color. I think both are products of the artists quite amazing imagination. He has got a series of very unusual photographs that are quite interesting. They are so imaginative it’s hard to describe them here.
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