Sorry for not updating this blog in… forever. Most of my art these days is left on Facebook! But here’s a mirror-image ambigram I created of the word “Reformation” a […]
The tradition of the breaking of bread at home on Christmas Eve is a fascinating one. Take a look at this article, and note how the tradition connects the family […]
Everyone knows that the Ukrainians do awesome egg art. But with egg sleeves, it’s super simple to transform that plain white eggshell canvas into a work of biblical art any […]
Pardon me for the self-promo, but I’ve got a couple of new board books coming out at Kloria Publishing. I’ve illustrated the lyrics of the hymns “We All Believe In […]
On this day-after a historically momentous Reformation Day (and All Saints’ Day), I learned a fun fact about one of the saints the Lutheran Church honors. The world’s oldest still-working […]
I’ve previously shared links to Luther rose cookie molds (usually used for springerle). But now the International Trading Company of Welland, Ontario has more to offer for your cookie-making needs! […]
Listen to Pastor Ted Giese of Regina, Saskatchewan discuss church art and the Reformation on Issues, Etc!
One of the things I’ve searched for over the years, as a crafter and a quilter, are cotton fabrics that feature a stained glass pattern. It’s not quite as easy […]
The 500th anniversary of the Reformation is coming up in 2017! Check out this fantastic video about the imagery used on Reformation medals, by Künker Auction House!
Here’s a nicely-written explanation of one of the most famous Lutheran altarpieces: the Weimar altarpiece by Lucas Cranach.