This work of poet and Christian theologian Jerome Blanco holds the tension of devastation in the world with the promise of God’s restoration from Joel 3.
Iranian composer Niloufar Nourbakhsh explores the poles of love and hate and the paradoxical existence of prophecy from Joel 3:17.
Beginning with Joel 1 and then expanding to the entire book, poet GC Waldrep explores the divine act of artistically creating while addressing the book’s warnings of destruction in this stunning long poem.
Poet Lauren Russell explores heartbreak, despair, and the impossible as inspired by Psalm 22:20-21.
Aaron Beaumont shares his personal exploration and the importance of memory as he continues to develop his 2017 Artist in Residence project.
Bringing a modern twist to the medieval depictions of The Last Judgment and religious triptychs, Nicora Gangi responds to Psalm 2:12 through collage: Kiss his son, or he will be angry and your way will lead to your destruction, for his wrath can flare up in a moment. Blessed are all who take refuge in him. …
Artist Joshua Sterlin Jackson constructed this work to draw out a sense of what is felt when meditating as described in Psalm 1:2.
Artist Bernard Lee cultivates his visual metaphor from the life that thrives when those in need receive mercy rather than condemnation as expressed in Jude 1:22.
The lush visuals of Claire Bateman’s work hearken to the tangible abundance of God’s mercy offered in Jude 1:2.
Nicora Gangi explores God’s extensive invitation to family and celebration through the symbolism in her work responding to Luke 13:29.