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                                                   Wanda Cumings Vincent

Wanda Cumings Vincent shares her rich experience of about sixty years of Christian chalk art ministry. Her chalk techniques have been admired by many over the years. Now they are available to you in living DVD color. She uses black light PAINT to prepare the invisible center of interest, which affords clarity of details impossible to achieve with chalk alone. In these DVD pictures she reveals all her secrets of preparing black light scenes, which can be used over and over so you do not have to redraw them every time you draw and speak.  Each picture is accompanied with music and dialogue giving a dynamic impact to the visual message.  Each color is pinpointed and David LeGrand gives a demo on how to property erase a picture for reuse.  Also, look below at Wanda’s eighty-page book entitled “Do it with Chalk.” Be sure to order yours today because they will not be reprinted after the current limited supply is sold out.


      Jesus paid the price for our sin on the hill called Golgotha (The place of the skull) overlooking the city of Jerusalem. It was Almighty God’s plan to save mankind, so He sent Jesus, His one and only Son to be the sacrificial lamb to accomplish this because He loves us.  John 3:16 states it well. He was the lamb. Psalm 22 written hundreds of years before by King David recorded the very things that Jesus went through that terrible day. When he said: “It is finished”, it was. God raised Him from the dead. Jesus is alive today. All you need to do is to acknowledge that you are a sinner, ask to be forgiven and invite Jesus into your heart. He will, because Almighty God cannot lie.  “Amazing Grace”


We cannot imagine the thoughts that were racing through Jesus’ mind that night while walking down to the garden of Gethsemane. He knew “His time had come”. This was the very reason He had come into this world. So, obedient to Almighty God, His Father, He would be the sacrificial lamb to pay the price for our sin. He like the lamb would do it ‘alone’.

It all began at Gethsemane.

Jesus was willing to pay the price. It is free for all! That is “Good News’, to all who believe. It’s that simple.

Are we willing to share this with others? Do what God wants us to do, say when He wants us to say, go where He wants us to go, no matter what the sacrifice may be? Sent by His Father, because of His love for us, He was!  John 3:16

     The Transfiguration

This event took place on the slopes of a mountain shortly before Jesus went to Jerusalem for the Passover when He would willingly lay down His life for the world. Jesus chose three of His disciples, Peter, James and John to go with Him to confirm once again His identity as to who He is! Under the black light He is transfigured before them and Moses and Elijah appear with Him. They recognize Moses and Elijah whom they never had seen before. The voice of Almighty God reverberates, saying: “This is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased.” For all of us today we need to realize that Jesus is who He said He was, the one and only Son of God, The very reasons why man rejected him. 
Mark 9:2-8


     King of Kings

“At the name of Jesus every knee shall bow…”

This is the prophetic message the world needs to know but is still in the future. Isaiah 45:23b; Romans 14:11; Philippians 2:9, 10.

            Revelation 5:11,12 & 13

We celebrate “Palm Sunday” when Jesus entered Jerusalem through the Golden Gate as the Messiah, but rejected by all. He will return the same way. 

           Ezekiel 44:2,3.

I use all praise songs of worship along with dialogue depicting this even along with Old & New Testament scripture.

     Emmaus Road

This is another two scenes drawing. But the black light is used in a different way, in reverse.

The Intrusion. Luke 24:13-35 After Jesus’ resurrection on the first day of the week, a couple was returning to their home in Emmaus. They were dreary. It is the look of a person who says: “I’ll never smile again. “They thought Jesus was dead and they were in deep conversation about all that had happened. Jesus Himself drew near and went with them. They didn’t recognize Him because God prevented it. It was late so they invited the “Stranger” to stay with them. Jesus forces His company on no one. He wants to be invited.

Second Scene.    The first scene is erased like the others. However, the characters are not erased. When they are at the table as shown, Jesus breaks the bread, they recognize Him and He disappears.

“The Christ who is asked to come in order to receive, abides in order to bestow”


My book “Do it with Chalk” (a mini art course) explains how this all can be done.

     Figures and Folds


                           Chalk Art Book by Wanda

      This eighty page book features a dozen full color pictures of Wanda's very
   unique style of chalk drawing. It is loaded with illustrations covering all phases
   of chalk art. It explains the materials and equipment, art files, perspective, figures
   in composition, rapid figure drawing, folds, hidden figure procedure, and many other
   techniques. There is a limited supply of these and they will not be reprinted. If you
   can only buy one book for chalk art, this is the one. This book is printed on high
   quality paper with a metal binder which allows it to lay flat. The instruction and
   illustrations are very clear and easy to follow. The DVD pictures above are shown
   and more fully explained in this book, making it a good companion for the DVD's.
       The price is only $15 plus $5 shipping.

                             CLICK HERE TO ORDER NOW

Advantages of DVD
1. It is digital and extremely clear with true color.
2. It is formated in chapters so you can go immediately to the section you want to

   view or practice.
3. You can stop it on one frame with absolute clarity without the snow like the old VCR.
4. You can view it step-by-step, frame-by-frame.
5. You can zoom in and enlarge the pictures.
6. The only thing better is the instructor holding your hand and helping you draw.

      Copyright © 2005 by David LeGrand of Alpha Arts
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