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Exhibits from 2014

Biblical and Spiritual Themes Previously On Display

Inspiring faith through the visual arts . . .

From the Eyes of a Shepherd

Through folktales, songs, and visual artwork, artists in countless cultures around the world have incorporated animals to offer critiques of human character and relationships. With this exhibit, Mark Sprinkle continues this tradition of using animal imagery to convey larger concepts of the relationship between God and his people.

Seeing Christ in the Darkness

Georges Rouault was one of very few artists whose work was clearly religious while also deeply identified with the sufferings of humanity. Living and creating through two world wars, Rouault through his engraving discovers that even in the darkest places, Jesus dwells.