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Tips For Growing Vegetables In Kitchen Area Garden

We are blessed in Southern Arizona with a very mild climate, as well as giving me guilt nowadays as I track the awful weather that is hammering the northern part of us states this month. But even up there, and all within the nation, we have enough of an import-export food industry that him and i can get many foods all year long.

Really are millions solely a pair of us personal home currently, however we possess a tendency to still have to have to form that food greenback length. We…


Added by Kirsten Sue on December 30, 2016 at 10:12am — No Comments

Hope In God Will Transform Our Lives | Body-Mind-Soul

HOPE - Never Give Up!


By Renee Dumont   Artist/Author/Health Coach


I realize that some of you have been struggling with food or…


Added by Renee Dumont on December 27, 2016 at 1:16pm — No Comments

Video of the Installation called The Dialogue, By Mary Jane Miller

The concept is simple, we can live with the diversity of faith all the while knowing one day we will come to realize we are of the same  mind, one of love, Make this year  inclusive with less criticism and more understanding . We are 8 billion people trying to get along, the room for error is enormous and the room for love is divine.…


Added by mary jane miller on December 20, 2016 at 10:04am — No Comments

FLORIDA; Workshop in Egg Tempera

The Art center is an amazing facility and one worth exploring. The reasons to take  workshop are many.

Taught as a meditation in a prayerful atmosphere, this retreat/workshop will lead participants to enter the world of painting an icon, while observing the mind as a window to the Divine.

This Art Workshop…


Added by mary jane miller on December 20, 2016 at 9:04am — No Comments

The Glory of Defeat in Abstract Expressionism

Modern painting reached its highest point with Jackson Pollock. Maybe Marc Rothko if you would prefer. Anyway, the American Abstract Expressionist Painters of the late 1940’s and early 1950’s brought the modernist project to its logical conclusion.


What was that project? And what was the motivation for it? Well there are generally two answers. The first is found in the writings of Clement Greenberg. He argued that each art form should work within the essential vales of its…


Added by Philip McMullen on December 14, 2016 at 6:30am — No Comments

Advent, Prayer and Contemplation

The focus on Advent first and follow into the Christmas season. What  does it mean to come into the world, and the spiritual life which is activated as a result? Centering prayer, contemplative prayer and the prayer of quiet are helpful ways to explore your interior,  in an effort to open ourselves to listening to God and remembering whose we are.…


Added by mary jane miller on December 10, 2016 at 2:54pm — No Comments


Dear Fellow Iconographers:

“Advent asks us to keep vigil for the Christ who comes to us anew in this season. It invites us to keep our face turned toward the horizon in hope. But Advent asks us also to open our hearts to the Christ who keeps vigil for us, the Christ who stands not on some distant horizon but, instead, is already with us, waiting for us to open our eyes to his presence that stays with us always.

As Advent begins, may you be blessed in your vigil: the one you…


Added by Christine Simoneau Hales on December 4, 2016 at 4:58pm — No Comments

Anti-Trump Political Art


Rembrandt recognized the inseparable and intrinsic relationship between art and the artist. He saw the inseparable nature of the thing created from its creator, in this case the artist. Rembrandt said; “Painting is the grandchild of nature, it is related to God.”


Artists cannot escape being so attached to our work, in that our art is akin to our DNA being…


Added by Julian Raven on September 30, 2016 at 1:30pm — 3 Comments

Linus Gallery Exhibition


Added by Jun Cruz on September 10, 2016 at 5:20pm — No Comments

Rebecca Stahr Artist Press Kit

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Added by Rebecca Stahr on August 28, 2016 at 11:03am — No Comments


Indonesia merupakan kawasan yang luas dan dengan penduduk yang begitu banyak. Ruang untuk mengembangkan peradaban menuju titik yang lebih manusia masih terbuka. Termasuk di dalamnya, tentu, adalah bagaimana memperkenalkan Kristus dengan segenap kuasa yang diembanNya.Di antara sekian banyak media yang ada, lukisan memiliki potensi yang sama baiknya dengan arsitektur dan musik. Secara historis Indonesia memiliki pengalaman yang panjang tentang hal-hal yang berkaitan dengan senirupa dan…


Added by Elia Krisanto on August 24, 2016 at 1:04am — No Comments


Dalam sejarah panjang peradaban yang berkembang di wilayah yang kemudian menyebut dirinya Indonesia sekarang ini, kekristenan merupakan bagian yang relatif masih muda. walaupun beberapa data menyebutkan bahwa kekristenan sudah nampak di beberapa tempat sebelum abad ke-10, namun secara umum orang bersepakat bahwa kekristenan masuk dan berkembang di Nusantara sekitar abad ke-15.

Karena usianya yang relatif muda, maka produk kebudayaan yang dihasilkannya pun belum banyak. Umumnya…


Added by Elia Krisanto on August 24, 2016 at 12:46am — No Comments

"Women in Icons: Emerging Voices"

St Paul's Anglican Church on Calazada de Cardo #6 will present a rare opportunity to spend time with Mary Jane Miller, a full time resident of San Miguel who has 20 years experience creating classic iconography. She will casually discuss the ancient technique of egg…


Added by mary jane miller on August 2, 2016 at 12:00am — No Comments

Gathering Wonder

Added by dt.haase on July 24, 2016 at 12:16pm — No Comments

Week 1 2/07/2016 Title of drawing: "The Story" (Psalm 19 and Hebrews 1)

Artist thoughts:

Here is my humble attempt to portray the Trinity as "The Author of Creation". Three halos are present: one on the Father's arm, one behind the head of the Son, and one on the top of the pen representing the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Jesus wears a wedding band foreshadowing his role as groom to the church, the "bride of Christ". The open box represents the open system of Christian theism illustrating God moving outside and inside of time and space versus the…


Added by Craig Hawkins on July 20, 2016 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

Robert Eustace... Artslant - Online Feature: 'Under the Radar'

Beginning on Friday, July 1st, 2016 and posted almost indefinitely beyond this date, Robert Eustace was featured in an 'Online' Special Profile: 'Under the Radar' along with (2) other Artists - to have their Artworks published on the worldwide Artists website: Artslant... 

The title of this feature: 'Artslant - Under the Radar : Sarp Kerem Yavuz,…


Added by Robert Eustace on July 10, 2016 at 7:48pm — No Comments

Playing in the Dirt

The foundation of traditional iconography is experiencing resurgence as it grows and expands to include wider visual theological ideas through the efforts of new iconographers like myself. Clearly one reason icons are important to humanity is housed in their ability to strike at the heart and not at the…

Added by mary jane miller on June 4, 2016 at 3:02pm — No Comments

Will Old Wine skins filled with New Wine burst?

When Jesus was walking around the Mediterranean landscape the social conditions were not all that different than today. Societies struggled with changing family and gender roles, sexual controversy, local resistance to unprecedented political power; tyranny and prejudice were rampant. Christianity was a budding cult, unifying varied beliefs and behaviors under one theology of shared love. I am talking about 100 to 400 AD, before the church became…


Added by mary jane miller on May 13, 2016 at 3:30pm — 2 Comments

Colours of Hope

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…


Added by Froyle Neideck on April 13, 2016 at 8:46pm — 2 Comments

The Holy of Holy's; Renovation

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…


Added by mary jane miller on March 5, 2016 at 1:21pm — No Comments

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