His eye is on the sparrow! (what a marvel is this CIVA longtime board member)
Seeds Fine Art Exhibits is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving our neighbor by transforming galleries into sacred spaces.
In 2001, artists Cindi Rhodes and Denise Weyhrich took their children to a major museum for a cultural experience. The exhibition, although strong, came across very one-sided and of a limited perspective. Cindi and Denise saw a great opportunity to fill in the blanks. That motive became their mission. The mission went underground for four more years until a ripe opportunity came along for that first museum-worthy exhibition -- “Messages of Hope” celebrating the beauty and diversity of different cultures and people -- where Cindi and Denise’s formidable years of experience in the art world and academic world combined to shine. Since then, twenty-seven exhibitions have been launched and traveled all over the United States. In the next few years, SEEDS is providing fantastic exhibitions for some very significant communities: in municipal art centers, in commerce, in higher education, in faith communities that often get estranged from impactful art. Three of our largest, most jaw-dropping exhibitions are being currently organized (ask us about these!). With your help, we can usher in a new unparalleled era of Seeds.
Mission: Seeds exists to spread vision, ask the deeper questions of faith, to tell timeless stories, and to share them with the world through fine art. We aim to serve our neighbors by transforming galleries into sacred spaces.
His eye is on the sparrow! (what a marvel is this CIVA longtime board member)
Back home again! Christian in the Visual Arts conference in Minneapolis ...oh to be with friends across the world! love them all so much!
Such a beautiful offering Artist Steven Prince and CIVA conference members and even Girls state at Bethel College, Minneapolis Minnesota. Thanks for this beautiful piece! #awty #civa #seedsfineart #quilt #together #christfollowers
Painting dots "Without Moving" Tim Lowly's dear daughter Temma, with our friends at the CIVA conference Minn at Bethel U
Such a wonderful affirming exhibition of generations of strong creative women! Go!
Get your tickets now for "Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists" → http://bit.ly/2I8fway.
Women have long been the creative force behind Native art. Presented in close cooperation with top Native women artists and scholars, this first major exhibition of artwork by Native women honors the achievements of over 115 artists from the United States and Canada spanning over 1,000 years. Their triumphs—from pottery, textiles, and painting, to photographic portraits, to a gleaming El Camino—show astonishing innovation and technical mastery.
This exhibition is open now through August 18, 2019 at Mia.
"Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists" is presented by Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community.
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So enjoying exploring on such a beautiful day in Minneapolis!
Awesome trip to CIVA conference ahead, so SEEDS in Minneapolis, visiting the Sculpture Garden & Walker
Blessed beyond belief! Awarded $2,000 grant for SEEDS from the Grove Center of the Arts.
Last night full of friends for an incredible evening of arts where Cindi exhibited her latest ceramics sculpture.
Beginning 2020 SEEDS project with Jason Leith & the Saddleback Church project-(more info to come!)
everyone needs a little art to make life better!
At REDCAT, reactions to Iran's lost treasures, and their curators
"We thank you for the gift of this Holy place, Notre Dame, that sacred place. Binder of wounds and rebuilder of ruins, God of new beginnings strengthen their resolve. Renew their vision through beauty, service and worship. Pray Notre Dame stands for the world of the love of God, Jesus Christ." Archbishop of Canterbury's Chorale Evensong (Denise's photos from Eastertime 2017)
Notre Dame from Pipedreams Facebook- so many prayers for healing, the community and the arts
Here is video taken by a fireman inside Notre Dame Cathedral this morning...astonishing!
Wonderful night together in Burbank
While Dw is romping around Italia, we Metrolinked to Oceanside!
Again amazed to experience Antony Gormley -actually at the Uffizi Florence.
Centuries of faith at Santa Croce - Giotto, Gaddi, Donatello & Henry Moore
SEEDS 5 days in Berkeley of research & retreat !
Duncan Simcoe STUNNING artworks at The Progress Gallery "Transparency" 3 person exhibit in Pomona CA.
AMOCA lecture tomorrow Bill Catling-we are going!
Orange Plaza review celebrating CURA & Carolin Peters' art space.
Thrilled to see Duncan's work exhibited
Duncan Simcoe writes:
February 28 at 12:19 PM ·
The promotional flyer for an upcoming exhibit I have the pleasure to be in alongside of two fine contemporary artists. A few of the pieces that will be on view...mostly Mythinburbia things
(Mythinburbia #20 (The Burning Boy) 55"X39.5")
Paul Gauguin, and ceramics! Such an eyeopener - great day at the de Young Museum
day out with Wendy Widell Wolff seeing all the best
Congratulations Leslie Caldera opens this Friday night!!!
LACMA Charles White Retrospective... the long awaited day has come!
just to read his sketch book teaching theories!
Wayne Forte RETROSPECTIVE!!!
Luz Art March 2, 5-8pm Luz Art: 8373 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood 90069 until 4/24
Creativity Catalyst's next major creative event, "Luminate." Depression is like a a lingering death in the soul. It exists beneath the smiles. And it lies in the hearts of more than speak of. Join us on April 13, where CreCat creates a space to reveal depression and illuminate hope.
Immersion at Brea Arts - beautiful Olga Lah installation
Our Seeds day out to see The Coastline College Exhibit Kitsch-In-Sync Congrats to all involved!
thanks for the answers to prayers too
Great art energizes our souls!
tonight’s opening with of “neoteric"
with the truly amazing energy of Olga Lah & met the Threadwinners at Goldenwest College, CA
& really great to see Eric Jones and Suzanne Walsh & and Steven Homestead too!
Oh Olga Lah is exhibiting all around...so much to experience!
Oh more art to see! Especially Regina Jacobson
& Kent Twitchell in Kitsch-In-Sync
Celebrating Charles White at LACMA...& our dear Kent Twitchell!
More great art & events happening this new year!
(contact Kari for details)
Show card for the up-coming exhibit at the CBU art gallery, opening next Tuesday, 6:30-9. Barry Krammes's densely meditated assemblage works emobody an incessant mind laminated to a vigorous sensibility that keenly registers the metaphorical possibilities of second-hand detritus; he has been rightly referred to as the 'Shepherd of used things'. please come if you can. The exhibit runs through March 1.
"One Day at a Time” Manny Farber and the Termite Art
Helen Molesworthy has given LA and MOCA an entirely thoughtful, inventive exhibition, with unique selections installed in unexpected pairings of inventive selections. This refreshing exhibition of fine art is curated with works that honor the California artists. Been looking forward to this exhibit, spectacular!
Manny Farber paintings!
Paticia Patterson “the Conversation" (Manny & Steve at the Table)
Moyra Davey “Empties”
Becky Suss “August”
Fischi & Weiss “Suddenly This Overview”
Charles Ray “Tractor"
Ticita Dean “Presentation Sisters” video
Leidy Churchman “Calendar"
Josiah Mcelheny “An end to Modernity”...
...Again it is a sad tragedy for our LA art world to lose the MOCA's gifted and artists curator Helen Molesworthy
Visits with Jennifer Johnson! Our wonderful SEEDS intern from 2011-12, the wonderful year. Thanks to BIOLA Art Department.
THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS: Sister Wendy Beckett, Nun Who Became a BBC Star, Dies at 88
Sister Wendy Beckett in 1997. She soared to international stardom with her BBC documentaries on the history of art.
Credit Librado Romero/The New York Times
Sister Wendy Beckett in 1997. She soared to international stardom with her BBC documentaries on the history of art.CreditCreditLibrado Romero/The New York Times
By Robert D. McFadden
Dec. 26, 2018
Sister Wendy Beckett, a Roman Catholic nun who interrupted a cloistered life of prayer in England in 1991 and soared to international stardom with lyrical BBC documentaries that made her one of the most improbable art critics in television history, died on Wednesday in the village of East Harling, England. She was 88.
Her death was confirmed by the Carmelite Monastery in Quidenham, England, where she had lived in a trailer for decades, though not as a member of the Carmelite order.
Bending backward in her black habit in the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel, gazing up through large eyeglasses at Michelangelo’s “The Creation of Adam,” Sister Wendy spoke with a storyteller’s wonder at the solemn, sensuous moment on the ceiling as two fingertips near the touch that begat the creation of life.
“Adam’s sprawled there in his naked male glory, but he’s not alive,” she told viewers in 1996. “All he can do is lift up a flaccid finger, and out of the clouds whirls down the God of Power. In his great flying cloak there’s a world. Whether that’s Eve or not, there’s a human face there looking straight at Adam with the eyes daring him to respond to the challenge. And God’s finger touches that of Man.”
CURA! Carolin Hosac Peters is offering up a new community artist’s space - It is beautiful and gracious, check it out!
Thanksgiving greetings from Nebraska museums, old favorites!...Omaha Galleries & Urban Abbey, The International Quilt Study Center & Museum, Sheldon Museum UNL, and The Joslyn Art Museum (& will tag in the am)
Certainly a beautiful view of Laguna Beach - art of Elizabeth Turk for Laguna Art Museum— thinking of Anne England dancing too!
Anne England celebration of life!
all our prayers go to her family, friends and the Laguna arts community.
Our Dear Anne England has moved to heaven
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of former Festival of Arts Artist and Artist Fund founder Anne England. Anne passed away yesterday, October 29th. She had been a valued member of the Laguna art community and Festival of Arts family and will be missed. Please keep Anne’s family in your thoughts as they go through this difficult time.
Information about services will be passed along as we receive it.
Director of Exhibits Festival of Arts of Laguna Beach
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