We should think of our humanity as a privilege. Marilyn Robinson

Visual meditations

Samuel Buri: Wunderbar, Rat, Kraft

Samuel Buri has conformed to the Reformed tradition in creating word images which, with modern stylistic means, subtly lead the church towards art once again.

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Max Hunziker: Johanneskirche, Bern, Switzerland

ArtWay Newsletter 2019

An update by our editor-in-chief 
the ArtWay List of Books 2019

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Exhibitions and events


List of exhibitions in galleries, museums and churches.

Plus a list of conferences, lectures and events, with a special focus on Europe.

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Christian calendar

Edward Hicks: The Peaceable Kingdom

Three predatory cats, their eyes like lanterns, fix us with their penetrating gaze. They do not eat the corn lying on the ground; their thinking is elsewhere engaged. Is the Peaceable Kingdom really here and now?

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Materials for Churches

Theodore Prescott: Taste and See, detail

Materials for Churches

Here you find materials for use in churches, categorized according to the Christian calendar.

There are also materials about the Old and New Testament.

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Church of the month

England: Churches in Little Walsingham

by Jonathan Evens

Walsingham is a village in North Norfolk, England, famous for its religious shrines and Catholic, Anglican and Orthodox pilgrimages in honour of the Virgin Mary. 

read more The Roman Catholic Church of the Annunciation

Art and Poetry

Dennis O’Driscoll & David Robinson

His grace is no longer called for
before meals: farmed fish multiply
without His intercession. Though we rebelled against Him like adolescents, uplifted to see an oppressive father banished - we confess to missing Him at times.

read more David Robinson: Vertical Desire, detail

Art and Music

Mikhail Aldashin: The Birth of Christ animation, detail

Mikhail Aldashin: Russian Christmas Animation

Follow this Christmas tale as it is told with images, without words. Call all the 'children' together (large and small, young and old) and come along to Nazareth and Bethlehem!

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In the Spotlight

ArtLyst Interview Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker

By Jonathan Evens

It is the limiting of Christian art to only religious themes that I would suggest is not Christian art at its best. Then art becomes dualistic, flowing from a dualistic theology.

read more Thorn Prikker