|Christian Artists in Canada
Contemporary Fine Artists With a Christian Background or Sensibility (incomplete list, alphabetized by last name)
- Ann Balch - Painting
- Heidi Brannan - Sculpture
- Judith Brannen - Laughleton Gallery
- Bruno Capolongo - Painting
- Janice Fischer - Miroge Gallery and Gifts
- Erica Grimm - Painting
- Faye Hall - Painting
- Sarah Hall - Stained Glass
- William Ho - The One Gallery
- Phil Irish - Collaged Painting
- Daphne Irving - Painting
- Jeanne Isley - Painting
- George Langbroek - Etching, Mixed Media
- Lynn McIlvride - Painting, Mixed Media
- Cindy McKenna - Painting
- Tina Newlove - Painting
- James Paterson - Kinetic Sculpture
- Janet Read - Painting
- David Robinson - Sculpture
- Trisha Romance - The Romance Collection
- Charmaine Savoie - Living Waters Gallery
- Olaf Schneider - Painting
- Heather Sinnott - Painting
- Donna Smallenberg - Brush of the Wind Gallery
- Dan Steeves - Painting
- Bruce Leslie Thomas - Painting
- Doug Thompson - Painting
- James Tughan - Drawing, Painting
- Emily Wierenga - Canvas Child
- Matt White - Wear and Share
To add another Christian artist contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Imago: a Christian arts network with lots of links
- Sempahore Fellowship: supporting the Flagship Gallery, a Christian art gallery in Hamilton, Ont.
- Canadian Creatives: examples of artworks by these artists in Faith Today magazine
Roots: Not Your Typical Church Drama
Roots Among The Rocks was presented more than 40 times in three months in churches and community centres from Newfoundland to Vancouver Island.
Why Beauty Matters to our Lives
Whether in a painting, a perfect wildflower, or the blended feathers of a bird, experiences of beauty give us an enhanced sense of belonging.
John Franklin Fosters Christian Art and Learning
"We need wisdom, which is knowing how to live."
Creative Classes Introduce Kids and Art
A Winnipeg artist is launching summer classes for teens to release their creative talents in painting, sculpture, creative writing and drawing.
Photograph Receives National Geographic Recognition
Since childhood, Chai, a Laotian immigrant, has pursued his passion for photography in small-town Saskatchewan.
East Van 'Golgotha' Cross Stirs up Pride and History
An imposing 20-metre-high sculpture by Vancouver artist Ken Lum spells out the words "VAN EAST" in the shape of a cross.
Prodigal God Hits Olympic Stage
Brian Doerksen’s full-length theatrical musical based on Luke 15 attempts to tell a riveting story of grace through the eyes of the older brother.
Prodigal God to Hit the Stage
Brian Doerksen's theatrical production, Prodigal God, will hit the stage next February in the Vancouver area, then tour Canada.
Passion Play Gears Up for Midsummer Run
The Alberta Badlands Passion Play continues to be one of Alberta’s key attractions. A vacation stop-over, the play begins July 10th.
Strokes of God
At age 14, Akiane travels the world, conducts interviews with magazines and appears on national television shows. Her masterpieces displayed at renowned galleries are worth millions.
Can Cy Twombly be Trusted?
Why is it that we can look at incomprehensible equations of a physicist and assume there is meaning to them, but we can’t look at some forms of art and assume the same?
The Saint John’s Bible – A Historic Achievement
A replica of the Gospels and Acts from the first handwritten, illuminated Bible commissioned in 500 years, will be on view following a public lecture on April 16, 2009.
An Inspirational Event
“An educated person... must know what the Annunciation is, to know what is depicted in some of the greatest paintings and icons made by the hand of man” (David Warren).
Pax Packs Peaceful Punch
A Mennonite comic book artist has invented a non-violent heroine.
Q&A with Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin, Arts Theorist
“…Art can and should give us a heightened experience and understanding of the world we encounter through our senses.”
Darkness, the Silver Screen, and the Human Soul
The personal transformation of the complex and profoundly imperfect man in Schindler's List might very easily be our own story. We are all of us ruined palaces and glorious ruins.
Artist Bruce Head Acknowledged at Canadian Mennonite University
The artist that pained The Four Seasons in CMU’s Great Hall is acknowledged.
The Human Face in the History of Western Art
Every face is an icon of individuality and uniqueness. An IMAGO lecture on the human face in Western art will be held in Toronto, November 5, 2008.
Portrait of the Artist as a Community Member
In an exhibit earlier this year, Hutterite artists portrayed what life is like on their colonies.
BrokenOpen Announces Teen Scholarships
A theatre company specializing in training Christians is offering scholarships for a drama-intensive summer camp program to all high school students in Canada this summer.
Nudity Doesn't Scare this Christian Artist
The nude human body can be a stumbling block for the Christian community, but certain Christian artists believe it is necessary to portray the nude human form in art.
Show Us Your World
A creative community in a culture of despair, FreeStyle Art Studio is a safe place where youth can express themselves without judgment.
Blending Beauty and Hope
A Vancouver artist’s gift spills over into all areas of her life as she lives out one of her favourite Scripture verse to serve others.