Chayla Dion Amundsen (Noland) is an abstract impressionalist artist who specializes in portrait, landscape and religious paintings. Her unique style of OSB (originated strand board) Cheesecloth and Acrylic paints creates immediate interest as a mixed media project. Her first works sold at auction as a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity Blues and Brews Festival in Lane County. She lives and works in beautiful Sisters, Oregon with her two dogs Frida and Max.
Her 53-piece original Watercolor Pencil BibleCard Project is available for publishing.
Chayla Dion Amundsen (Noland) is currently working on new paintings while living on the pristine Metolius River. Her works can be viewed at:
BIBLE CARDS: The Holy Spirit guides all of us, and speaks to each of us in ways as unique as we are. Direct revelation, intuition, visions, and that little voice inside us are just a few of the ways that He speaks to us. These cards are meant as a guide, a supplement and a catalyst to the All-knowing Almighty. He does answer our prayers; and if we would only listen, we would hear Him.
Use of these cards is not complicated. Our children may use them to learn more about the Holy Bible. Street evangelists may use them in their ministry. Small group studies in churches can develop a closer relationship with Christ. Students can sharpen their skills. Individuals may use them in the “Privacy of their own closets”. The list is endless. One thing is for certain, anyone who uses these cards will find “The peace of God, which passeth all understanding”. The awesome power of God to know our innermost secrets, and give us answers to our most searching questions, is contained in this simple deck of cards.
This work transcends denominations, goes beyond cultures, and has already brought countless souls to know Jesus as their personal savior. May these cards help you, and light the path as you walk with Him in today’s confusing and complicated world. May you find inspiration, comfort, and a deeper relationship with God. And may all who seek to find Him be brought into the fold with Christ as our Shepherd.