The following are images you might find useful for your celebration of the Solemnity of the Most Blessed Trinity (Year A). The Dogma of the Trinity states that God is the Triune God, existing as Three Persons but one being. While these Three Persons are one, they are truly distinct one from another. They are not three Gods but one God. Continue reading
Watching paintings come to life is an immersive experience. I’ve seen a good number of artists paint live and the experience always left a deep impression on me.
The following is a collection of seven videos showing artists paint Jesus live. What these videos show us is that painting can be a deeply spiritual experience and that prayer can be a colorful and creative process too.
All the paintings featured in the videos are created in real time. You’ll see the process from start to finish – from empty canvas to impressive work of art.
Easter 2010 jesus painting
Kelly Croy, Chalk Artist and Speaker: Face of Jesus
Jesus puzzle painting on Easter
How to paint Jesus Christ Crucifixion speed painting by Gordon Bruce
HOW TO PAINT JESUS USING WATERCOLORS
Jesus Painting Brought To Life At The Vineyard Community Church
I designed the following images with the intention of using them as worship backgrounds, liturgy visuals, and desktop wallpapers this season of Easter. From the first Sunday of Easter up to the Pentecost, each Sunday of Easter is covered. If you also want to use them for your church and for whatever purpose, please click on the images to download their large versions.
Jesus has always been a major subject of art. The artistic depictions of Jesus are often based on the narratives in the Bible. From oil paintings to spray-paint graffitis, Jesus has been depicted in many different media.
The following is a roundup of 20 mindblowing Jesus-themed graffiti art designs I found on Flickr. What I particularly like about these works of art is their colorful designs and creative portrayal of Jesus.
A humongous digital image of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Last Supper” has been recently made available online. At 16 billion pixels (that’s 1,600 times bigger than the image from your 10 megapixel camera), the detail is incredible. You can zoom in to as little as 1 square millimeter.
Art lovers and photography enthusiasts around the world will surely use this to examine Da Vinci’s controversial artwork in minute detail. The original painting can be found in the refectory of the Santa Maria delle Grazie convent in Milan, Italy. Leonardo painted the “Last Supper” in the fifteenth century.
See it here: www.haltadefinizione.com