A Young Man’s Alphabet: Coming Soon

A Young Man’s Alphabet: Coming Soon

Psalm 34 Psalm 34 is an acrostic poem, where each line of the Hebrew poem begins with a consecutive letter of the Hebrew aleph-bet. How I Lost My Shadow This psalm is many stories simultaneously. It is David’s story, and the story of his relationship to his...
There’s a Rider

There’s a Rider

A recent poster for Jason Harms Jazz Orchestra performance at Bethel College.
Eric Hesse: Someone Else’s Light

Eric Hesse: Someone Else’s Light

Someone Else’s Light ​These unpeopled portraits explore the mutability of the monumental. The subjects struggle to maintain their formal identity against a number of threats: light, darkness, chaos, decay, and, most insidious of all, mundanity. Artist Statement  Hesse...
Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

Dr. James Romaine considers faith and sight through the The Resurrection, the artwork of Albrecht Durer.
The Mukaaya Home Renovations

The Mukaaya Home Renovations

In accordance with our Dream of Space to Create…or maybe our dream to create fruitful spaces… We are supporting the Mukaaya family in Kampala, Uganda in the renovation of their home. They have recently returned to their native country from Boston, full of...

From the CIVA blog: Artist Kari Dunham

Forty Days | Forty Sacraments March 18, 2016 Forty Days, Forty Sacraments, gouache on clay board panel, 5 x 7 inchesAn interview by Cameron Anderson with artist Kari Dunham CIVA: Kari, you and I are Facebook friends (friends in real life, too) and so I have been...
Leaves and Bricks, Buildings and Trees

Leaves and Bricks, Buildings and Trees

In March 2016, Kmovstudios will be producing a limited edition, hand bound art book in conjunction with Project119. It will feature the photography of Stone Johnston, Hebrew calligraphy, and meditations on Psalm 119. This book is 80 pages, printed on Premium Quality...
In Honor of Sam Thompson

In Honor of Sam Thompson

PAINTINGS OF SAM THOMPSON Samuel(Sam) G. Thompson, Jr. was in love with making paintings. The places he lived resonate vividly in his art; Cambridge, MA, Monhegan ME and Oaxaca, Mexico. Sam’s way of seeing was gentle but not sentimental; he painted with great...