Arts & Culture
In the beginning, we were cultivators. Curators and makers, keepers of a divine mandate. A mandate that hasn’t ended.
Makoto Fujimura Paints a Bigger Picture
In his new book, the unmistakable Japanese-American painter suggests a way, a practice, of knowing God and the world that isn’t expressed in art — it starts there.
Can You Resist Screens with Art? Look into This Atlanta Painter’s Studio
What longing for wholeness looks like.