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.
Davelyn Hill reflects on the keeping and staying power of faith and God’s love in her painting responding to Jude 1:24-25.
Spice artist, Amanda Margaretha, explores global and cultural interpretations of persecution in response to Psalm 69.
Iv Amenti’s ‘silent film’ contemplates the juxtapositions of reality and dreams, foolishness and wisdom found in Ecclesiastes 5:3.
Cartoonist Drew Dernavich explores chance, fate, and absurdity in this work he created in response to Ecclesiastes 9:11: I have seen something else under the sun: The race is not to the swift or the battle to the strong, nor does food come to the wise or wealth to the brilliant or favor to the learned;…
In his four works, Jimmy Miracle contemplates the ‘ordinary’ glory of God as inspired by 1 Corinthians 14.