Generally, I do not approach images to make a specific statement. My experience has been that when I work that way, the art is horrible! Sometimes, when I am not looking for it, an image approaches me. These pieces are a bit like being hit over the head with a two by four. There is […]
Artist and Theologian, Amy E. Gray’s work includes large cut-paper installations, small egg tempera paintings, silverpoint drawings and stunning silver leaf pieces. Her work contains nuances of ministry and theology, while focusing on impermanence and the environment.
A new body of work began with a conversation about what to do with an unwanted Bible. Objects such as the Torah or American Flag are both ritually burned when they are retired. But there is no such prescribed ritual in the Christian tradition for a Bible. At the time of the conversation, several people […]