My Face. My Heart.

When You said, “Seek My face,” my heart said to You, “Your face, O Lord, I shall seek.” –Psalm 27:8

The face is the object of our attention when we seek to connect with the heart of another living being.

David, the psalmist in the Bible, sought for a connection with his God, and the interaction between David and God in Psalm 27:8 depicts the intensity of that emotion. David is repeating back to God what God told him to do: “Seek My face.” David’s response came deep from his heart and soul: “My heart said to You.” And the awe-ha moment expressed in these words says it all: “Your face, O Lord, I shall seek.”

The greatest human need is to be known and loved, not only by God, but also another living being. So my personal project is about faces, and the longing hearts that are shown on those faces.

This growing body of work expresses my desire to be known for my love for God and my heart for people.