The Bowden Collection is curated by Sandra Bowden. The fine artist and collector works out of her home in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. She began creating work inspired by her Christian faith early in her life.
The Prodigal Son Mary McCleary's images are made up of many parts. Often mistaken for paintings, her collages capture the details of shapes and forms. The artist’s hand infuses a life-like quality into the plastic,
"The Psalm" “I believe [painting] speaks for me more powerfully than a photograph because it is imperfect. It is a continuous challenge.” Artist Kirsten Van Mourick also finds a challenge in portraying the surreal. Van Mourick
"Wearing My Sundae Best" After working in the fashion industry for thirty-three years, Regina Jacobson brought her insight into the culture of beauty onto the canvas. While pursuing her MFA in fine art at
Flowing robes left a technicolor trail in the memory of Philadelphia Fashion Week attendees this past September. The prints on the Carmelita Couture runway were a dance of shapes and forms from the canvas
Mary Jane Miller is not Orthodox, or a trained artist, but for the past twenty years she has practiced the tradition of Byzantine style iconography daily. Her reverence for iconography led her to study
https://vitalmagazine.com/perspective/the-role-of-art-in-faith The Role of Art in Faith If all that’s good is God’s, then art must also be His AUDREY DEFORD ON AUGUST 28, 2015 SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER FOLLOW LIKE SUBMIT "Please don't paint Christian
http://www.artsillustrated.com/evalyn-boyd-hines-artist/ Evalyn Boyd Hines Interview with artist Evalyn Boyd Hines — Acrylic on canvas 18″ x 24″ 1. Who are you and what do you do? My name is Evalyn Boyd Hines, I’m a non-objectivepainter.
Angels of Kensington: Light Over Darkness Exhibit The Legend Galleries 230 N 21 St Philadelphia, PA 19103 Opening Celebration November 6, 6-9PM Paintings by Victor Atkins Parking at The Franklin Institute For More information please