Showing posts from March, 2012

Controversial Painter Depicts Obama With Burning Constitution

Indian-born God seeker & artist, Anil Revri explores similarities of religions

Eight Artists for Holy Week's "Passion Story"

Jewish & Christian Antiques - Religious Art for the Season and All Year

Today's Holy-day Art (LENT, day #34) by Jacopo Tintoretto

Islamic Art in Utah shows the similarities between Muslims & Mormons, beyond "M"

Discovery Channel presents world premiere of "The Resurrection Tomb Mystery"

Frisco artist, Lisa Andrews paints to bring viewers closer to God

(VIDEO) Dura Europos Project II, UJA Federation New York, 2012 - Latest Version

Portrait of Virgin Mary in bondage to be unveiled on Good Friday in Oklahoma City

Flemish artist of 1600s reminds us that Religions are often petty, clumsy and vicious

Is there such a thing as "Jewish" Art? Historian says, "Yes!"

Today's Holy-day Art (LENT, day #33) Giovanni Agnostino da Lodi

London gallery leading way to bridge interfaith conflict with interfaith art competition

(Photo) "A New Jerusalem" by Zoe Ali and Christos Tsiolkas (Australia)

Chinese Art Buyers Renege on $Millions for Buddhist Art, Forces Clampdown

Holi Festival Of Colors 2012 (VIDEO)

When is the Swastika a Holy symbol vs. a Sign of Evil?

Britons are ignorant of Christianity and the Classics, says Art Historian Sister Wendy

Today's Holy-day Art (LENT, day #32) by Rubens

Apples, Mythology, Religion, Doctors and New Movies

"Adoration of the Magi" at UV Art Museum sounds like an Easter Story

Most and Least Religious States in America

NYC's Michael Galmer sculpts "The Ten Commandments" but this time in silver

Contemporary Artist's trials inspire a sermon on the Garden of Gethsemane

Texans ink the Stations of the Cross on their bodies for Easter

From Pagan ritual, to Easter tradition, the Orthodoxy story of Easter Eggs

Today's Holy-day Art (LENT, day #31) by Dinah Roe Kendall,

Muslim Matter's Art of the Month by Samme Panda

A Paris exhibition explores the body in Arab art

Artist's Hindu-Islamic-inspired art used to promote Catholicism

Episcopal Diocese announces selection of artist for Pediment of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul

Today's Holy-day Art (LENT, day #30) by Leivur Reinert Djurhuus

Indo-Islamic motifs are a merger of art & architecture from a variety of faiths

Movie Review: "The Hunger Games"

Peace Corp experience inspires the poetry/photo hybrids of Indiana's John Sherman

Today's Holy-day Art (LENT, day #29) by Leszek Forczek

On Sunday, Congregants across America wore hoodies, to remember Trayvon Martin

Meaning of Angels and Doves in Religious Art

Movie Review: "Big Miracle"


‘Mirror Mirror,’ ‘Grimm’ and Hollywood's Love for Fairy Tales

Today's Holy-day Art (LENT, day #28) "Crucifixian" by Rommel Bundalian

What does Tom Torluemke mean in "Cardinals and Choirboys"?

Denver Christians mourn Tebow’s departure, say they’ll root from afar

From Hebrew school to becoming America's leading Atheist

Today's Holy-day Art (THE SILENT DAY) for Hindu new year in Bali

Jewish dead flown to Jerusalem for burial, and Christians ask, "Why?"

Art for LENT (Holy-day #27) "The Crucifixion" by Spencer Williams

Extremist is dead, after killing Jewish children & rabbi in Parist

Desecration of Quran, mosques shocks Tunisia

Today's Holy-day Art (LENT, day #26) "I Give to You. John 14:27" by Mark Lawrence

Russian court rejects call to ban Hindu holybook

INSPIRE ME! Calling all Religious Artists

Art for LENT (Holy-day #25) "Agony in the Garden" by Andrea Mantegna

Buddhist statuette from Nepal sells for $2.49 million

Art Exhibit: “God hates you,” and “Homo sex is sin”

Today's Holy-day Art (NAW-RUZ) for the Bahá’i faith

Buddhism and Mythology become one in Thanapon Junkasain's series of painting

San Diego's "Surfing Madonna" is homeless once again thanks to the Attorney General

Today's Holy-day Art (EQUINOX) is Stonehenge for the Pagans

Art for Lent (Day #24) “Krossfesting” by Leivur Reinert Djurhuus