What can a nineteenth century German painting tell us about God’s presence with us today?
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Stickers now available!
I’ve uploaded some sticker designs to my shop on Redbubble, which you can check out here. Check out some of the mock-ups below!
Beauty and Christ: A Reflection on What it Means to Be Human
We inhabit a culture of terrible ugliness. Not only metaphorically—though there is plenty of ugly behavior, ugly politics, ugly thoughts and words—but also literal, physical ugliness, ugliness to which we have become desensitized and comfortably numb. I won’t dishearten you by parading out examples or generalizations; if you’re still reading this, you likely already knowContinue reading “Beauty and Christ: A Reflection on What it Means to Be Human”
A short post today! I wanted to share a piece of digital art I made recently with you all. The title is Salvator Mundi, which is Latin for “savior of the world.” I’ve wanted to try doing an icon of some kind, and I decided to do a riff off El Greco and Da Vinci’sContinue reading “Salvator Mundi”
Tuesday’s Tidings: August 10 2021
This week, I’ll be starting a new weekly post on Tuesdays. It’ll be brief, just an overview of what I’m up to, enjoying, and thinking about. This week’s focus is settling in. We moved for Jonathan’s vicarage (like an internship) a couple of weeks ago. The boxes and whatnot are all unpacked (and have beenContinue reading “Tuesday’s Tidings: August 10 2021”
Paintings for Sale
I’ve posted some small watercolor paintings for sale over on the Shoppe page. They’re $25 (includes shipping). It hurts my heart a little to part with these guys, but hey, gotta pay for groceries somehow. Plus, then it’ll brighten up someone else’s home and life. :’)