His art is like the man who created it: joyful, loving, and gently curious.
“Life is built, and then it stops, and then Christ reaches in and brings it forward again.”
A student of mine went to Tijuana to help. She found she could help the most simply by paying attention.
Joan Taylor's top-notch scholarship reads like a detective thriller.
The annual ArtPrize competition in Grand Rapids brings artwork—and artists—into places of worship.
In this week’s Gospel reading, Jesus speaks of dark and light—one of our most primary realities and symbols. How can this be vivid language today, when we can turn the switch and flood almost any place with light any time?
Rembrandt's meditations on Jesus' face reflect momentous changes in his faith—and in how people of his time envisioned Jesus.
Theologically, what does this piece of art evoke and why? To me, it suggests the religious aesthetics of a self-satisfied people.