Submissions Due July 15, 2016 Humanity is an amazing species! From individuals who do world-changing things, to those who quietly minister daily to touch lives uncared about by others, we are each e…0 Comments 4 Likes
Lorenda displays her most recent series of 40 acrylic paintings. Visit for a few minutes today! She would love to hear from you too.0 Comments 0 Likes
Holy Cross Monastery Friday, May 6-Sunday May 8 Introduction to Icon Writing Workshop with Christine Hales Learn the Byzantine method of using egg tempera on gessoed panels to paint an Icon. Step by…0 Comments 1 Like
June 3, 2016 at 9am to June 5, 2016 at 1pm – Indy Vineyard Church, 8383 Craig St., Indianapolis, In 46250
Join creative leaders like Mako Fujimura, Jason Leith, director of arts at Saddleback Church, Jessie Nilo, director of VineArts Boise, J. Scott McElroy, author of Creative Church Handbook and more a…0 Comments 0 Likes
My name is Froyle Neideck, I am a professional visual artist and I have been painting and exhibiting for the past twenty years, in-between raising my family and pursing life. I want to tell you a story about hope, colour and great possibilities.
Last year my cousin Evana went through the horrific ordeal of breast cancer. She had a double mastectomy and all the treatment that aligns with this procedure. My mum, Helen, decided to head over to Perth, Western Australia, to help Evana’s…Continue
Just wanted to thank the people who "liked" my artwork recently, and thought I would share a new painting I made recently with oil paint which is not my usual medium. Thank you to CIVA also for featuring my work last week and again thanks to Philip McMullen for his insightful comment. Please be patient as I learn how to use this site.
Valentin my dear husband called to me to come down and see what he found tucked in to the side of the mountain. It was a small little church, or shall I say, what was left of it. It had only two walls standing and no roof but there in front of me was a faded holy of holies exposed to Gods abundant air and sky. The holy of holies is the place the…Continue
I was inspired by an eight year old boy named Luke. I was about to take his First Communion portrait when he offered an idea for a pose. When I asked him why? He exclaimed, “this is how I’m going to be for my ordination.” He went on to show me where he saw the Greek letters for Jesus in one of my prints. He also saw butterflies, fireflies and other things, not out of the ordinary for a boy of his age to see. I woke up the next morning…Continue