visual theology

I create spiritually-themed images that fuse the qualities of traditional art with the freedom of digital media. My work addresses themes of language, time, seasonal change, cycles, and growth, as well as resurrection and redemption. Drawing from a Reformed theological understanding, I explore the connections between art and Christian faith. My focus is to express the interconnectedness of everyday detail with and within a broader story, through a mapping of textural similarities onto one another. By blending traditional artforms (painting and drawing) with photography and sculptural elements, my prints are invested with a saturated, layered vitality.

Visual theology is a two-day event, opening on Friday, February 20th from 7pm to 10pm, and continuing on Saturday February 21st from 9am – 10pm. The venue is James North Studio, at 328 James Street North, in Hamilton Ontario.

Please stop by to enjoy, engage, and discuss. I’d love to see you there!


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