Fall 2020: Deep Breath by Christos Collective
Inhale. Exhale. Inhale.
The world enters your body. A world masked and clamoring for justice. A world on fire with hate and division. A world of anxiety and brokenness, lies and fear. Pride in refusals to forgive. Take it into your lungs, into your soul—you cannot ignore it anymore.
Exhale. Scream. Shout. Cry.
Let it leave your body, exit your soul. Pray. Abba, Father, give us hope. Hope that trusts in You completely, for we cast our cares on You. Amen.
Please join Christos Collective artists as we express our emotions in this uncertain time. Also, join us in our prayer for deep seeded hope.
- What: Art Show- Deep Breath by Christos Collective
- Exhibition Dates: August 19, 2020- December 11, 2020
- Interactive Art Event: TBD
Spring 2018: The Cross by Christos Collective
What Jesus did for us on the cross is the single most important event in human history. It is the foundation of our faith. The symbol of the cross has become the most recognizable and disturbing symbol on earth. With this exhibition, the goal of Christos Collective is to behold and to help others to fix their eyes upon the magnitiude of Christ's crucifixion and resurrection. May our hearts not follow anything that would distract from the simplicity and power of Christ's cross.
Fall 2018: Jake Weidmann
Jake Weidmann is a professional artist and certified Master Penman in Denver, CO. The youngest in history among twelve existing Masters today, Weidmann received his Master Penman certificate through the International Association of Master Penman, Engrossers and Teachers of Handwriting (IAMPETH) in July of 2011. He works across numerous mediums in art and calligraphy and is most well known for his use of traditional calligraphic flourishing and hand lettering in the context of his fine art. For more information, please see here.
Spring 2017: Inside the Diving Bell
Anne Emmons, Tim Timmerman, and Kiki McGrath
Inside the Diving Bell is a series of collaborative paintings by Anne Emmons, Tim Timmerman and Kiki McGrath. The title alludes to an image poet Christian Wiman used to describe the creative process, a metaphor for protection while descending to unknown depths to form a work of art. Our practice required a spiritual descent as well, with faith in each other as artists and fellow sojourners seeking God. For more, see here.