Big Sable Point Lighthouse


Big Sable Point Lighthouse, 24″ x 36″ oil on panel

Big Sable Point Lighthouse, in Ludington, inside the Ludington State Park, over looking lake Michigan. Initially it was constructed of Milwaukee Cream City brick, the 112-feet tall lighthouse was damaged by the lake’s severe weather and in 1905, a protective steel layer was added. Then it was painted with black-and-white stripes.

The wonder of nature's push and pull and humankind's mark upon it, also pushing and pulling, speaks to the great universal force of love, which is drawing objects to one another even as it pulls them apart. Earth is the life force of our world, not us. God appointed humans to be caretakers of this magnificent planet. That is what He meant by "dominion." As a Christian, I believe climate change is a test of the depth of our commitment, as a species, to the protection of our one world.

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Original, Giclee stretch on canvas, Artists Proof (AP)

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