Art



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 ›

Getting Ethan #5

By Jonny Jimison

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Getting Ethan #4

By Jonny Jimison

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Comparison Is The Thief Of Joy (A Tattoo)

By Gina Sutphin

I am an artist. I am a singer. I am a songwriter. I am a musician. I am a poet. I am an author. I am, however, also married to Joe Sutphin. The end. Read More ›

Announcing the 2017 Hutchmoot Keynote Speaker!

By Andrew Peterson

I’m so pleased to let you know that David Taylor will be our Hutchmoot keynote speaker.

I met David last year, thanks in part to the famous (infamous?) video he produced, featuring a conversation on the Psalms with Bono and Eugene Peterson. Read More ›

Getting Ethan #3

By Jonny Jimison

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Bringing Color to the Dragon Lord Saga

By Jonny Jimison

Batman’s origin story is full of darkness. Orphaned as a child, taking on a the mantle of a bat to fight crime in the dark of night – no wonder he only works in black (or sometimes, very very dark gray). Read More ›

Sculpting the Wingfeather Saga

By Andrew Peterson

There’s a little white church building in Connecticut that for many years has hosted concerts by me, Jason Gray, Andy Gullahorn, Eric Peters, The Gray Havens, Jill Phillips, and many more. It’s called Read More ›