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Thou Art Worthy

Lonnie Ollivierre
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An image by Lonnie Ollivierre featuring three African American women taking praise break to give all honor and glory to the Heavenly Father. It features a scripture from Revelation 4:11 that reads as shown below:


"Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created."

This work of art ships framed and ready to hang. Quality black frame and off white mat. Measures 15.5 x 15.5 inches. Image from Lonnie Ollivierre's acclaimed Power of Jesus calendar.

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Description

An image by Lonnie Ollivierre featuring three African American women taking praise break to give all honor and glory to the Heavenly Father. It features a scripture from Revelation 4:11 that reads as shown below:


"Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created."

This work of art ships framed and ready to hang. Quality black frame and off white mat. Measures 15.5 x 15.5 inches. Image from Lonnie Ollivierre's acclaimed Power of Jesus calendar.

Specs.
Collection Black Religious Collection
Edition Open Edition
Framed Black Frame
Height 15.5 inches
Length 15.5 inches
Medium Paper
SKU ollivierre-thouartworthy
Year Released 2015
Lonnie Ollivierre
Lonnie Ollivierre as born on St. Vincent and the Grenadines, a small island country in the Caribbean, where he lived with his father and two sisters. He inherited his love of art from his father, a sign painter who painted houses for a living. At a very young age Ollivierre moved to Brooklyn to live with his mother. He dreamt of becoming a cartoonist, but a television program on Norman Rockwell compelled the artist to pursue painting as a career. Discouraged by others who assured him he could never make a living as an artist, Ollivierre continued, eschewing art school and teaching himself to paint with oil and acrylic. He taught himself to draw from the comic books he collected. “I paint what I see in everyday life,” says Ollivierre, “my family and life are my inspiration.
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