This is a painting done in High School around 1950-1951
A long time ago I was in High School, 60 years have passed! How I wish I could play the game like I used to do. COME ON METS, LET'S WIN IT ALL 2013! Pray for The Best in the Changes we will make, and that we start hitting
Here is another High School painting ca. 1950-1951
The Rev. Bayard Collier Carmiencke, BA. MDiv. MSed.
right and left were rediscovered paintings from the early 1950's They were found in old moving boxes in the garage, from the move to Bohemia in 1980.
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This page was last updated: October 16, 2014
We may have an inclination toward doing what God doesn't desire but we still can choose to not give in to our inclination and strive to be lovers as the Almighty has loved us.
This site and all its pages are in process. Started Aug. 28, 2001. Bear with me & share by E-mail
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You may click on the navigation buttons at the center of this page to see the different ways in which I will be strivinig to demonstrate artistically a simple life touched (either in the head) or by God!
This web site is an ongoing adventure communicating the artistic elements of an over a 50 year ministry in the Episcopal Priesthood, plus the 3 years in seminary at the Philadelphia Divinity School and service beyond!
Lo I am with you to
the end of the ages
I always wanted to be an illustrator of some kind. Thus I used up every art class in High School. Then I attended the Art Career School in Manhattan atop of the Flatiron Building within the penthouse! Worked for a while in the art department of the U.S. Vitamin Corporation, until drafted into the United States Army. Painted a 40 ft. mural in oils for them. Honorable discharge 1955 and began the adventure toward becoming an Episcopal Priest.
CPainting "Anguish" Or "When Love Dies"
SUSAN HEALEY CARMIENCKE
JUNE 1, 1932-MAY 23, 2010 May she rest in peace.
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My sons and I wish to thank everyone for their prayers during the past three years since the death of my beloved wife, Susan Constance Healey Carmiencke.
We will have visited the blessed grave stone for the third time this May 23rd on the third anniversary of her death, and placed a colorful pot of flowers there. We will have quietly laid our stones, prayed and remembered her as we leave the floral token with our thoughts about how she always enjoyed gardening. She is buried in Saint Ann's Cemetery, Sayville, Long Island, NY. See blow a picture of the stone.
"Patches," Has kept me company since September 2010. He has a friendly and loving personality! He likes to snuggle my beard.
The Longer he's with me, the more I appreciate his company. It is so marvelous to be greeted at the door by him and he misses me, wanting to be lifted up and settled upon my chest in the recliner. Thank you Lord for loving pets.
Left: Here is the flower token which I and my son Len placed at the gravestone of my wife Susan on the occasion of the third anniversary of her death, May 23, 2013. It reminds us of how she longed to do gardening the last few years of her life, but was not up to doing so because health.