Art



Getting Ethan #11

By Jonny Jimison

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Art & Theology

By Sarah Clarkson

Well friends, I’m about to go all academic on you – or at least as academic as art, story, song obsessed me can get – by giving you a taste of what I’ve been working on in the past couple of years. Read More ›

Art Exhibit

By Eric Peters

This summer, the kind folks at Church At Charlotte have invited me to display my visual artwork in their gallery. It is a tremendous honor for me, as this is my first opportunity to exhibit a collection of my non-musical work anywhere on earth. Read More ›

Getting Ethan #10

By Jonny Jimison

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Getting Ethan #9

By Jonny Jimison

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Make Something

By Andrew Osenga

One of the great things about writings songs (or books, or painting portraits, or recording podcasts) is that you don’t need permission. Read More ›

Getting Ethan #7

By Jonny Jimison

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For the Greater Good

By Lanier Ivester

An artist friend and I had a long talk a while back about the types of people that make up the human race.

According to him, most people fall into one of two camps: Read More ›

Interview: Ned Bustard – Illustrator for Every Moment Holy

By Pete Peterson

Since the conception of the Every Moment Holy project, we’ve always known it would be illustrated. We wanted to find a way to capture the style and look of sacred images but infuse them with “ordinary” scenes and subjects. Read More ›

Artists of a Large and Wholesome Vitality

By Ron Block

I saw a quote-photo posted on Twitter the other day:

“I dread writing poetry, for, I suppose, the following reasons: Read More ›

Getting Ethan #6

By Jonny Jimison

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The Adventures of Fenigus March

By Jamin Still

This year I started a project called The Adventures of Fenigus March. It will be a series of paintings with accompanying one-page short stories that will eventually be put into a book. Read More ›