On Sunday, November 4, 2018 the Catholic Art Guild hosted its second annual conference “bringing together the world’s leading artists, architects, and scholars to rediscover the power of beauty in the modern world.” I had the pleasure of attending this event in Chicago, the theme of which was “Formed in Beauty.” Kathleen Carr, President & Founder of the Catholic Art Guild, says this year’s theme … Continue reading A Day “Formed in Beauty”
There is a beautiful passage in the bible with a great reminder to hand our worries over to God and to not be consumed by earthly troubles: “Can any of you by worrying add a single moment to your life-span? Why are you anxious about clothes? Learn from the way the wild flowers grow. They do not work or spin. But I tell you that … Continue reading Learn from the Way the Wild Flowers Grow
This November 4, 2018, the Catholic Art Guild, a Chicago-based community of artists, is hosting its 2nd annual conference, bringing together leading artists, architects, composers, & scholars, to rediscover the power of Beauty in the modern world. Continue reading 2018 Catholic Art Guild Conference
Some recent articles about sacred art, summarized for you! Continue reading Aug 28 Sacred Art Scene Summaries Across the Web
Saint Zélie Martin was a devout Catholic, French laywoman from the 19th century. Many will know her as the mother of St. Thérèse of Lisieux. Learn about her life, feast day and associated sacred art. Continue reading Celebrating Zélie
In this guest post, Catholic quilter Noreen Borys, shares her passion for making sacred art quilts. Resembling stained glass windows, the detail and color in her quilts is extraordinary, as is the inspiration and symbolism she incorporates into each. Continue reading Stained Glass Windows or Quilts?!