Paintings Depicting the Beauty of the People of Liberia

My long-time friend Cheryl Revell McCulla has captured the beauty of the people of Liberia in a series of paintings. Cheryl paints at her home in Monrovia, Liberia, where she has lived for the past two years.  I hope you enjoy this small sample of Cheryl’s artwork. 

Author: Susan Elizabeth Ball

Author of the Christian fiction series Restored Hearts. Book 1, Restorations, was published in October 2010 and Book 2, Reconciliations, in October 2011.

8 thoughts on “Paintings Depicting the Beauty of the People of Liberia”

  1. It’s a small world, isn’t it, Beverly? Cheryl and I went to school together–Gayle Middle School and Stafford High School. She has lived all over the world. Painting is a talent she developed in the last several years. I love her work.

  2. My name is Don Riley. I am a missionary in Liberia. I am interested in teaching the illiterate the Bible through pictures. I am looking for an artist to work with. I want to start in the book of Romans. Would Cheryl be interested in this project. My blog address is liberiacalls.blogspot.com. Our mission’s webpage is wordsowerliberia.com.

    1. Hello Don. I will pass your message on to Cheryl. By the way, my brother Andrew Whitman, is a missionary stationed in Nairobi, Kenya, with the Assemblies of God. He directs the Royal Rangers program for Africa. In this role, he trains native men and women to run Christ-centered scouting-type programs for boys and girls throughout Africa.

  3. my name is Brima M. Wolobah. i am a young Liberian artist and base in Monrovia the capital city of Liberia.
    im really happy that you had the time to explode the beauty and people of Liberia through paintings.
    the art is improving in our country now cause we the artist believe it is time that the world should hear our stories through our paintings …… this is my art page if anyone is interesting in understanding Liberia through my eyes as a liberian painter… http://www.facebook.com/brimawolobahart

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