Easter Live Art Experience – Sunnybrook Church – Sioux City, IA
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Easter Live Art Experience – Sunnybrook Church – Sioux City, IA

Easter Live Art Experience – Sunnybrook Church – Sioux City, IA

William was honored to paint live from his studio in Camden, NJ, in partnership with Sunnybrook Church’s Easter service. William created 5 large, powerful paintings (each 36″ x 48″) which coincided with Pastor Jeff Moes’ important message Easter morning focusing on the love and mercy of Jesus. These five paintings are collectively entitled, Mercy.   

William created this artwork with special paint and processes which allowed the word Mercy to be integrated into the final paintings. Each painting allows the viewer to see the artistic image as well as the letter for Mercy (depending on the light and viewing angle).  

You can still watch the entire Easter service at the link below. Also, in regard to the making of the Mercy paintings, please be sure to watch the 3-minute recap live painting segment at the end of the video (this is at the 127 minute mark).Also, enjoy special and moving music below from Sunnybrook’s worship team.  

 Please view the following:Easter Service:   http://www.sunnybrookchurch.org/sermon/its-a-new-day-of-mercy  

Special Music – Ain’t No Grave:https://www.youtube.com/watch  

Special thanks to Pastor Jeff, Pastor Laurie, and the incredible Sunnybrook leadership team (including their worship team and production team). Also, special thanks to Tim Poppen of KTIV.com.