Man Uses Food To Create Stunning Works Of Art

Man Uses Food To Create Stunning Works Of Art

One man uses food to create stunning and magnificent works of art.

The Lord is loving, faithful, righteous and quick to forgive us of our sins and failures, which He demonstrates daily. In addition to all those things, He is also a skilled artist who clearly appreciates and has an eye for beauty. His creativity and habit for creating breathtaking, awe-inspiring scenery are displayed everywhere.

The earth and His entire creation are brimming with signs of the Lord’s artistry. A starry night sky, wondrous, snow-covered mountain ranges, and the expansive, seemingly endless oceans are clear evidence of his artistry. Other readily available and easily viewable examples of the Lord’s creativity include a spectacular sunset, an astonishing sunrise and a rainbow following a rain shower. 

Knowing that He is such an artist, it would only make sense because the Bible says man was created in His image, that we would be blessed with this gift and skill for creating beautiful works of art.

In a clip posted on YouTube, one man, Nathan, uses food products to fashion awe-inspiring works of recognizable faces, including George Michael, Harry Styles and even America’s Got Talent judge Simon Cowell. He explained that he created a portrait of Simon Cowell from Marmite Toast. 

Nathan also made a portrait solely out of red wine of the original American Idol, Kelly Clarkson. 

But that’s not all that Nathan does with his work. Because his skill for art grew out of not having a lot of material possessions while growing up, he now uses his art to help others. He stated that one recent painting of his helped to provide the funds to feed more than 150 families.

What a fascinating and talented young man who is using his unique artistic skills to improve the lives of those around him.

Exodus 35:35 “To them he has given knowledge of all the arts of the handworker, of the designer, and the expert workman; of the maker of the needlework in blue and purple and red and the best linen, and of the maker of cloth; in all the arts of the designer and the trained workman they are expert.”

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