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Faith & Art

Tamela Wagner
Accent Winter 2019 Magazine

New this academic year, local Christian visual artists are displaying their art and presenting artist talks in the library’s rotating gallery in a series of events called Faith & Art. The first featured artist was Julia Otterness, founder of Genesis 1-1 Fine Arts, a ministry of evangelism through fine arts, followed by Kelly Kruse’s Illumination: Wrestling with God through Visual Art, Poetry, and Music.

Coming up this semester, the public is invited to view the art of:

Tamela Wagner: The Art of Losing Myself Gallery showing mid-February through mid-March Artist Talk: February 20, 2019 | 7 – 8 p.m.
Mabee Learning Commons, first floor

A mixed-media artist, Tamela will share the story of her amazing journey through surviving “impossible” brain surgery and how God brought her art to life as a part of her healing process.
 

Carol Schwabauer

Carol Schwabauer

Carol Schwabauer: A new collection Gallery showing mid-March through mid-April Artist Talk: March 21, 2019 | 7 – 8 p.m.
Mabee Learning Commons, first floor

Carol will display her collection of mixed-media artwork, including paintings and photography, created specifically for this display.

Faith & Art is a free Mabee Learning Commons presentation in partnership with the Department of Arts and Humanities.
 

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