Devi Anne Moore
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Philip McMullen commented on Devi Anne Moore's blog post Urgent need of a permanent place for Seven Sevens 49 pieces of the Book of Revelation
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Urgent need of a permanent place for Seven Sevens 49 pieces of the Book of Revelation

Hello,As a long time member of  CIVA I  need to ask if anyone knows a place who would want as a donation my art work of Revelation. I had a permanent loan place but suddenly they are asking it to be removed as they are changing their space. I had hoped this was a long term commitment and have not been able to find a place to take it to. It is in Ft. Mill SC in The River Place formerly Jim Bakker's The Barn.  If this is the end of the road and I must remove it and place my art in the dump  so be…See More
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"Devi Anne Thank you for your very kind note of encouragement.  May you have a wonderful and productive summer!   Ed"
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"Hi Bruce,  I recently met Steve Prince who said he worked with you. Hope you have a creative summer of inspiration! Devi Anne Moore"
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"I have always been a staunch admirer of how the Lord has used you to paint revelatory work from the Word. Blessings to you!  Devi Anne Moore"
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Organization or Business Name
Timely Art Visions ( TAV ART)
Contact Email
devianne@tav-art.org
Website
http://tav-art.org
Art Interests
Art Agent/Promotion, Art History, Arts Ministry, Drawing, Iconography, Liturgical Design, Mixed Media, Museum/Gallery, Painting, Public Art, Sculpture, Theology
Artist / Personal Statement
SEVEN SEVENS: The Visual Blessing of the Book of Revelation is an art book of 49 constructed paintings which interpret the Book of Revelation in light of the entire Bible. Devi Anne Moore's art portrays the H’art of Revelation, which is the “Heart of God” for these end times. Based on the concept of the Year of Jubilee and since there are Seven Churches, Seven Seals, Seven Trumpets and Seven Bowls clearly evident in the Book of Revelation, the artist made Seven eBooks of each of the Seven Series she created of art to correlate to the number 49 by which the “Year of Jubilee” follows. To do this she included Seven Thrones, Seven Interludes and Seven Woman to make up the remainder of the Seven Sevens.
Each eBooks portrays a series of one of the seven art piece series which are organized with the art adjacent to each corresponding scripture for personal mediation but which also includes her ideas behind each piece to augment your imagination. The seven volumes (eBooks) do over lap for those who only buy one volume and the Table of Contents has a hyperlink to the beginning of each separate eBook.
The purpose of the Seven eBooks is to share the life art works of the artist along with her reason to do the art. It is both useful to read and to meditate on while exploring the Book of Revelation. As it is written in Rev. 22 that He is coming soon all who keep the words of prophecy in this book will be blessed. It is my prayer and desire that all who read my seven eBooks will experience God’s heart for them personally due to the images augmenting their understanding of the scriptures since art sets up an enlivened “dialogue” for the viewer. This scripture (the Book of Revelation) is the Revelation of Jesus Christ and is revealed to us so that we will not be ignorant and will still remain in faith, no matter the outcome and purposes as the almost unimaginable events, which must take place, unfold. The Book of Revelation, as the last book of the Bible, is a blueprint for changes that are to take place.
Accomplishments / CV
Devi Anne Moore received a B.F.A. from Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, Pa., a M.A. in Biblical Studies from Regent University, Va. Beach, Va., and a M.F.A., jointly, from Old Dominion University and Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Va. Her award-winning work has been exhibited widely within the national art community in museums, galleries, universities, and national juried shows, including the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Va. and affiliates; Billy Graham Museum in Wheaton, Illinois; the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies in Philadelphia; the Biblical Arts Center in Dallas; the University of Dayton in Ohio; and through several CIVA (Christian In Visual ARTS) associated exhibits. Her art was featured in the national publication, “Christianity and the Arts” in 1999 and was a “Top Ten” winner in the “Jesus 2000” international art competition sponsored by the Vatican. The “Jesus 2000” traveling exhibit showed in New York and Chicago.
Devi is married to Gordon Chancey, a professional civil engineer with the USCG. They have two amazing sons. Devi felt called to “paint” the Book of Revelation in 1972 at the time of a deep faith commitment. As the Art Whisperer, She teaches studio art at her Bezalel Studio and also art history to undergraduates at Regent University.

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Urgent need of a permanent place for Seven Sevens 49 pieces of the Book of Revelation

Posted on February 17, 2017 at 2:00pm 3 Comments

Hello,

As a long time member of  CIVA I  need to ask if anyone knows a place who would want as a donation my art work of Revelation. I had a permanent loan place but suddenly they are asking it to be removed as they are changing their space. I had hoped this was a long term commitment and have not been able to find a place to take it to. It is in Ft. Mill SC in The River Place formerly Jim Bakker's The Barn.  If this is the end of the road and I must remove it and place my art in the…

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The Apocalypse appears in art Exclusive: Marisa Martin spotlights Devi Anne Moore's 'Seven Sevens'

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At 9:36am on June 12, 2014, Ed Knippers said…

Devi Anne

Thank you for your very kind note of encouragement.  May you have a wonderful and productive summer!  

Ed

 
 
 

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