Artistic response to the story of the good shepherd from our children and youth. Click on an image for a larger view.
Adventures in Liturgy by Edward Murray, Music Director
Today’s scripture reading, John 2:1-11, was, on the one hand, a relatively straightforward story of Jesus and his mother at a wedding in Cana, and on the other, a richly layered canvas loaded with nuances and meaning. It has long been a favorite of artists. Here are some of the images that appeared in today’s PowerPoint.
Much more of He Qi’s wonderful work here.
The following image only came to my attention just before church and didn’t make it into the PowerPoint. Very poignant, especially at this time, it is a mural of the Wedding at Cana from the Anglican Cathedral in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; all the characters in the painting are Haitian.
Haitian art is very colorful and vibrant.
Check out Haitian street art here.
Steel drum and metal art is highly developed. Click here.
Here‘s a very interesting collection of Haitian art at Bryant University.
Stay tuned for more…