Nativity - First Shepherd

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This is the first of six figures I'm creating for my church this December, with the help of a friend with a jigsaw, and donated plywood, to bring a little hope to our COVID-plagued land; enjoy! Love and God bless, Andy

This is so real Andrew. It’s excellent. Can’t wait to see the other five.

Really, really good Andrew and well done you.

Thank you Christine; i'll post the others as they are ready, peace & love; God bless, Andy x

Thank you Heather for that lovely comment; peace & love; God bless, Andy x

Well done Andrew, this is amazing, look forward to seeing the complete Nativity.. x

Thank you Linda for those lovely comments; I'll be posting them each time I finish them; peace & love; God bless, Andy xx

Absolutely beautiful, Andy. So life-like, I could almost believe that he was actually standing there, leaning against the wall. So look forward to seeing all the other figures. xx

Thank you Jacqueline for those lovely comments; I'll post each as they are ready; peace & love; God bless, Andy x

Thank you Russell; peace & love; God bless, Andy

What a great idea Andrew. Love the sensitivity, colours and the simple, humility of the pose Andrew.God bless you too🌞🌞

Thank you Carole, your comments are always such a joy to me; peace & love; God bless, Andy xx

Wonderful work, Andrew- look forward to seeing them all.

Thank you Anne; they should be complete in the next fortnight, but I'll post as each is ready; peace & love; God bless, Andy x

Lovely.

Thank you PP for that lovely comment; peace & love; God bless, Andy x

Lovely to see the true meaning of Christmas take its rightful place. Well done Andrew, I'm looking forward to the rest too. (If you don't mind a comment: I might think about giving them some sandals or something as it's December-"Brightly shone the moon that night, though the frost was cruel" etc, ) . It's lovely and God bless.

Thank you Jim for your comments (I agree!) and your suggestion; peace & love; God bless, Andy 🙂

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15/11/2020
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The first of six figures I'm creating for a Nativity scene for our church

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Andrew Smith

I’ve always loved water, its movement, its colour, it’s power. I had the privilege of working as a hydrologist for nine years before ordination, necessarily but enjoyably observing the movement of water in full flow or even in floods. That was thirty years ago but my love for moving water has not…

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