Audience and Venue
Gail loves to present to business and networking groups, church groups, women’s groups, and small business events and conferences. Gail is unconcerned if your audience is a group of 5, 50, or 500. She seeks only to serve through sharing her experiences and message.
Availability and Compensation
Contact Gail to inquire about availability and compensation.
Gail’s paintings are a key element in her walk with God, and as such in each of her presentations. When presenting, Gail will display samples of her work, as well as provide a selection of prints and cards that are available for purchase.
Gail is happy to share her signature messages, but is always open to learn your event and any special ideas you may have for your audience.
Images of Grace
By focusing on prayer and guidance, Gail connects to God each day to receive inspiration for her paintings. In this presentation, Gail details her experience of learning to receive guidance and trust this inner knowing that both leads her in her paintings and reassured her to step into her passion for painting and out of her corporate career in 2017.
Burn the Candle
This presentation is a reminder to live for today and enjoy the moment. Many years ago, Gail enjoyed giving her mother expensive candles as gifts. She knew her mother thoroughly enjoyed candles and would never purchase such an extravagant gift for herself. After her mother passed, Gail found a box neatly packed with each of the treasured candles, lovingly saved for a special occasion. This experience forever changed how Gail viewed living, loving, and finding joy in the day-to-day.
Losing the Wait
Gail shares her life experience of feeling stuck in wait mode: wait for the right time, the right money, and even the right conditions. But really, the conditions never appeared, and truthfully they never will. In this presentation, Gail shares that when she learned to follow God and lose her wait, her life began to grow and expand in an almost magical manner with the conditions righting themselves as she stepped ahead.