The most provocative aspect of art is that we don’t have to agree on religion or politics; we can see the beauty in another’s ideas and explore those views without judgment.
Taproot Series Modern Religious Art Prints:
Modern Religious Art ACEO Prints: the “Taproot” series is very dear to me. The prevailing theme of this series deals with emotions, experiences, and chasing dreams – all while being “rooted” in our faith.
Proverbs 16:9 states “In their hearts humans plan their course, but the LORD establishes their steps.”
In this series of beautiful spiritual drawings, the juxtaposed imagery of the “tree of life” and the fragile human, clothed in shadows and flowing fabric, shows the beauty of life and creation when the “roots” are in place.
This series captures the raw emotions I’ve felt throughout my walk with God, and is a bit of a self portrait of feelings and beliefs. There’s a touch of surrealism to this series.
“The Calling” Religious Drawings:
Transition is a scary place to be. It can feel like standing at the edge of a cliff with no guardrail. This artwork focuses on that feeling of hanging from the edge to chase a dream. If our steps are established by the Lord, we’re still firmly rooted, even during those petrifying moments.
Philippians 3:13-14 states “Forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.”
The original is graphite and colored pencil. This is the ACEO, or Artist Trading Card, version of this drawing and is 2.5″ x 3.5″ and comes in a protective card sleeve. Click more to read about ACEO cards and see all ACEO cards by Jen. This artwork is also available as:
8×10 Religious Drawing || 5×7 Downloadable Art
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See all figure drawings in the Taproot series.
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