Sunday, April 16, 2017


By Greg & Ernest Disney-Britton
Robert Indiana (American, 1928-) creation date 1970 materials Cor-ten steel dimensions 144 x 144 x 72 in. accession number 75.174 credit line Gift of the Friends of the Indianapolis Museum of Art
Happy Easter! While we were away during the 40-days of Lent, Robert Indiana's iconic LOVE sculpture came back on display at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Things go away, and things change hopefully for the better. Months ago, we sadly announced its removal from outdoor display, but the sculpture came back on display indoors in March. It's an image inspired by his roots in the Christian Science Church in his home-state of Indiana. When we began Lent, we were not sure that AOA would return either, but below are a few of the Twitter connections/friends who helped get us through Lent this year (thank you). Most of all, God worked to resurrect our purpose: "Providing daily news to religious artists and collectors."
"The Resurrection - John 20: 1-23" by Donald Jackson for the Saint John's Bible. The image was featured during today's visio divina section of Easter service led by Pastor David Zier at Life Journey Church.
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Art and the Bible‏ @artbible April 16 Today's art: The Risen Christ Appearing to Mary Magdalen - Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Kittredge Cherry @JesusInLoveBlog Apr 16 Day 8: Jesus rises, appears to Mary and friends, and more (Gay Passion of Christ series)
Michael Cook‏ @Hallowedart Apr 11 More Pillow of Thorns | acrylic on paper | 2017 #art for #HolyWeek2017
David Hayward‏ @nakedpastor Mar 19 More Excited to introduce my "Let Them Eat Cake!" Tee. You know what it means!