Religious Art

Ridderhof Martin Gallery

October 21, 1999 – February 6, 2000.

A collection of contemporary American art in which the artists xpress spiritual issues in a variety of mediums. The ten representational artists use religious themes, symbolic still-life arrangements, landscapes and sculpture to illustrate a positive point of view about the current state of contemporary religion and society. Given the individual and diverse nature of religious experience in America, this exhibition provides an opportunity for people to draw connections between spirituality, art and the turn of the millennium, to look backwards and forwards in the context of religion as interpreted by these contemporary artists.

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