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Guest Burke Ingraffia: Participating in God’s Creation
Posted in: Art as Worship on March 6, 2013
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Burke Ingraffia is a southern singer/songwriter who writes jazzy folk music, or perhaps folky jazz music.

He grew up in New Orleans and now gets his mail a couple of hours away in Alabama. He plays and writes using the jazz structures commonly found in New Orleans and emphasizes that feel with…

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Guest Adrienne Lynch: Alchemy and the Act of Creation
Posted in: Art as Worship on February 27, 2013
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Adrienne Lynch was born on the cusp of dawn in the wake of Niagara Falls, New York’s infamous Blizzard of ’77. Things she recalls from her nomadic childhood include: cicada carcasses clinging to the tree outside the kitchen window, too-small home grown watermelons too-sweet as candy, a neighbor…

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Guest Jim Duggan: I’m Closest to God When I’m Carving
Posted in: Art as Worship on February 20, 2013
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Join Vanessa Lowry as she sits down with ice sculptor Jim Duggan. Jim has been carving ice in the Atlanta area for twenty years. He started his sculpting career after graduating from the Culinary Art program at the Art Institute of Atlanta in 1991, the first graduating class of the school. Jim…

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Suzanne Halvorson "Weaving Is My True North"
Posted in: Art as Worship on February 13, 2013
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Join Vanessa and guest Suzanne Halvorson, who is a textile studio artist and partner in By Hand Gallery in Indiana.

 

 

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In 2012, Halvorson was a Visiting Lecturer at Indiana University School of Fine Arts, and at Earlham College (Indiana). She will be teaching at…

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Guest Beth Tarkington: Get Out of the Way
Posted in: Art as Worship on February 6, 2013
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Join Vanessa as she sits down with ceramic artist, Beth Tarkington. Beth J. Tarkington grew up and resides in the Atlanta area. She earned degrees from the University of Georgia and Georgia State University with emphasis on drawing & painting and surface design.

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We All Matter: With Guest Patricia Hayes
Posted in: Art as Worship on January 30, 2013
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This episode of Art as Worship is an encore of the interview with Entura artist Patricia Hayes from March 7, 2012. Patricia and Art as Worship host Vanessa Lowry, along with 23 other co-authors, just published a collaborative book titled The 28-Day Thought Diet.

Patricia Hayes is an international…

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Art Takes Me Deeper: With Guest Rev. Michael Radford Sullivan
Posted in: Art as Worship on January 23, 2013
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Rev. Michael Radford Sullivan is the rector of Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church, an author and a sculptor.

“My art and creativity have become the chief means of my personal spiritual journey. The pivotal moments in my life where something went wrong — when I needed something to take me deeper in…

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What’s New and What’s Next: With Guest Matt Moulthrop
Posted in: Art as Worship on January 16, 2013
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Following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, Matt Moulthrop turned his first bowl at the age of 7. Completing his BA at the University of Georgia and MBA at Georgia Tech, Matt tried his hand at work in the 9-to-5 world, but ultimately eased into turning wood as a career, making him the…

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Jessyca Holland "Make a Living Doing Art"
Posted in: Art as Worship on January 9, 2013
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Join Vanessa as she sits down with Jessyca Holland, co-founder and executive director of C4 Atlanta an arts nonprofit that helps artists with the business of being creative. The classes and workshops provided by C4 Atlanta bring artists of different generations and a variety of mediums together.

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Activating the Power of Yes in the New Year: With Guest Beverly Molander
Posted in: Art as Worship on January 2, 2013
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Beverly Molander is an intuitive artist. Her abstract compositions form almost automatically on the canvas. Each person coming in contact with her work seems to find something different to interpret and understand.

“I start with the intention to be a conduit and trust the process. With my…

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