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Hello. My name is Lydia Virginia Eck, and I,
out of love for God, firstly, perfect my systematic
theology, and secondarily, compose visual art and
music. I also love fine-tuning my iced coffee recipe.
This website features several of my ideas and creations.
About LydiaSearch Edge
Aug 9

For some reason, my Etsy shop couldn’t upload this thing I made. I’ll put it up here.. Click on it to see a bigger version..

Call it “Airplane” and call it a day..

A song I made for my nephew Henry..

Some other things I did…

& a classic…

Three pics of me


I’ll call this “Rise” (click on it for a bigger version)

I’ll call this “Blanket” (click on it for a bigger version)

I’ll call this “Garden” (click on it for a bigger version)

I’ll call this “Omnipresent” (click on it for a bigger version)

On Youtube, I just posted a very personal, not-so-professional album from a time when I desperately needed self-expression, and I called it Light. (The album art is a design I created a few years ago.) Below are a few songs from the album. If you’d like to check out all nine videos, then visit my channel.

(Also, Bonside now has a music video! I constructed it over a few days.)

And here’s somethin’ else.. It doesn’t have a title.

And as for the below…

inspired by boards of canada and the cocteau twins! really rough idea. but whatever. i’ll say it’s “unreleased” :)

And some short songs.. The melodies were haunting me; I had to make songs out of them.

Some pics of me

“Glass 2”

“Glass 3”

Jan 27

Life’s been interesting lately. Applications, art, work, and just plain observation of everything around me.

I’ll call this “A View”. (click on it for a bigger version)

I’ll call this “Cave”. (click on it for a bigger version)

I’ll call this “Voyage”. (click on it for a bigger version)

I’ll call this “Door”. (click on it for a bigger version)

I’ll call this “Oceania”. (click on it for a bigger version)

I’ll call this “Glass”. (click on it for a bigger version)

I’ve also been composing and producing.

I just trust God. That’s the best I can do.


(my favorite song I’ve made)

it’s kinda..i dunno, i know.. listen (to the whole thing!) w/ headphones

Also, I started an etsy store featuring printable wall art… Not that confident about it but we’ll see where it goes!

(An example of my work is below)

Also gotta love Tears for Fears!!

Two of Jesus’ favorite songs

Some pictures of me

Me wearing my EEG headscarf…

Me working at ShopRite!

Nov 21

The following is a mashed-up selfie that I took in my brothers’ blue room. Again, it feels unfinished, yet I feel there’s something finished about its unfinishedness.. I also have a larger version of it, which I may upload later

The following may be the most beautiful piece of classical music I have ever heard. But I don’t know the name of it. I found it on the second disc of The Most Relaxing Classical Music in the Universe, but the fifth track on the disc (the track described) is mislabeled on the case and CD. I looked up the case’s label (for the track) on Youtube and the case’s label for the track, Concerto in F Minor – Largo – Bach, is, on Youtube, for a completely different song. I also uploaded the CD to ITunes and found that the song is mislabeled on the CD itself as well, via looking up the label on Youtube.

So I uploaded the song to Youtube and called the track “Song #5”.

And please listen to the Cocteau Twins

Nov 4

So I recently found out that I have epilepsy! It’s called juvenile myoclonic epilepsy. It all started when I was doing a puzzle.. and my arms were jerking weirdly as I was doing it. And it was kind of embarrassing because the person I was doing it with was kinda like “wtf” (I think, though I don’t actually know what she was thinking). Anyway, I just got an EEG. It was really cool. There was a printout with a chart that reflected my cognitive activity (you know, the up and down lines), and now I take special medicine and I’m good now.

Looks kinda like railroad tracks. I don’t know what to do with it. I feel like there’s something unfinished about it, yet that there’s something finished about its unfinishedness. It’s hard for me to tell when I’m satisfied with something I’ve made. It’s a real problem I have.

I think that if you can remember a work, there’s something to it. If an art piece is remembered, it’s real art. Any art piece that you forget isn’t really art but “art”..


Fiona Apple really brings this song to life.

And an MS Paint creation of mine.

Oct 7

So I’ve been really into Kierkegaard lately. I’m reading Fear and Trembling, and it’s amazing how much a person can meditate on a story. He goes on and on about how hard it must have been for Abraham to will to sacrifice Isaac. The faith that that required.

Anyway, listen to these. They aren’t about Abraham, but they’re nonetheless about ideas essential to Kierkegaard’s work. The videos are really accessible, unlike a lot of Kierkegaard’s writing.

And here’s a new image I made! I called it “Face” for some reason.


Aug 21

I’m posting this image to give a sense of basic-level projects I can accomplish. I know that design is often supposed to be simple and want you to know that I can create simple designs.