When asked about her art, Katy says:
"Painting and creating art is a huge passion in my life. I love to be in my studio, stood at my easel with paint loaded brushes in hand, sometimes with music turned up loud. I create realism, symbolic, abstract and map art in a variety of sizes. My childhood dream was shattered when a tutor told me I’d never make it as an artist because I was too emotional. I began to hide with this declaration over my life by putting away my brushes and shying away from colour. It took me twenty years to realise I was living with a lie at my centre; emotions are what make people real. There are many lies that I have believed of myself over the years. I picked up my brushes and decided to banish the lies and partner with the truth of who God says I am instead. This is why I create the art I do today."
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Before we share one of Katy's entrancing short stories below, here is something she has written about the importance of Christian Fiction: I love a...
I used to live in the muddy streets of Life And bathe in other people’s filth. I was scared, alone, and cold. I used to walk the path alone, My...
The world around me feels like an old computer game I used to play on my grandmothers desktop as a child: Minesweeper. To play the game, you would...