Workshop Weekend!

I got to teach an art workshop on Saturday. We were 14 participants and had a great day. It was cool to teach, but also cool to see what kind of ideas the "students" could contribute. We had a good atmosphere and I got lots of positive feedback. So I'm not gonna brag, but it … Continue reading Workshop Weekend!

Starting 2018 with… Creation!

Happy belated New Year everyone! I don't know if new year's resolutions are a thing for you, but if you haven't broken your resolution yet, congratulations! :) I don't do resolutions, but I do set goals. And one of those goals is to complete new art work that serves a good purpose. Despite my health … Continue reading Starting 2018 with… Creation!

Highlights of the Week: Art History, A new Painting, a finished Mask

I had another busy week at seminary. Classes, projects and art progress. What I am learning more and more is that there are quite a few connections between art and theology. I am, for example, going to give a presentation in Church history about the 12th century German mystic Hildegard of Bingen. What I find … Continue reading Highlights of the Week: Art History, A new Painting, a finished Mask

Inspired and glad to be Home (Italy in Retrospect)

I just got back from a 2-week vacation in Italy with my family. The first week was in Tuscany, the second in Venice. I could post updates in the first week, but when we were in Venice the internet connection was next to inexistent. So here's Venice after the fact: Day 7: Trip from Lucca … Continue reading Inspired and glad to be Home (Italy in Retrospect)

Art History…done!

I had my art history exam this morning and it was great! The exam was actually kind of fun :) So now I can focus on other stuff, like painting and gardening... and a part time job! I will be working at the local grocery store stacking shelves 3 times a week. I'm really happy … Continue reading Art History…done!

Art…History!

I have an art history exam coming up on Feb 3rd. The exam is only 20 minutes and oral, but you still need to know your stuff. My desk is covered in notes and books, and will be for the next few weeks. It can be a bit tiring to read all the books and … Continue reading Art…History!