The way to avoid blandness in religious art is immersion in Scripture. Jonathan Evens

Visual meditations

Neil Tye: Rain on your Land in its Season

My studio is my sanctuary, a place to connect with God, to commune with him. I invite him to be part of every stroke and of every decision that I make on the canvas. 

read more Neil Tye: Rain on your Land in its Season, detail


Peter Koenig: Wisdom is the Tree of Life

Interview with Peter Koenig

by Jonathan Evens

Koenig's practice demonstrates that the way to avoid blandness in religious art is immersion in Scripture.

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Exhibitions and events


List of exhibitions in galleries, museums and churches.

Plus a list of conferences, lectures and events, with a special focus on Europe.

read more Stefan Balkenhol: Man in Tower, 2012

Christian calendar

Year A, 21st Sunday after Pentecost: Psalm 1

​By giving this lithograph the title 'Beati pauperes, beati mites, beati, Psalm 1:1' (Happy are the poor, happy are the meek, happy, Psalm 1:1), Dali links Psalm 1 and the Sermon on the Mount.

read moreSalvador Dali: Beati pauperes, beati mites, beati, Psalm 1:1

Materials for Churches

Theodore Prescott: Taste and See, detail

Materials for Churches

Here you find materials for use in churches, categorized according to the Christian calendar.

There are also materials about the Old and New Testament.

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Church of the month

Denmark: Enghøj Church in Randers

It is especially remarkable how Henning Larsen elaborates on the Danish tradition of a symmetrical white church with tower, while giving this a totally new interpretation. 

read more Henning Larsen: Enghøj Church in Randers

Art and Poetry

Luci Shaw & Sebastian Wien


How shall we sing the Lord’s songs 
in a strange land? The old rhythms,
the melodies of praise, strangle 
in our throats and the words 
fall to the ground like leaves in autumn. 

read more Sebastian Wien: Hier und Heute (Here and Now)

Art and Music

Betty Spackman

Paul Field & Betty Spackman

The Hollow Hotel

I checked in to the Hollow Hotel
Halfway to heaven, 
Halfway to Hell  
Don’t know how long I’ll stay here
But that’s the way things go
Here in the Hollow Hotel

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In the Spotlight

ArtLyst Interview Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker

By Jonathan Evens

It is the limiting of Christian art to only religious themes that I would suggest is not Christian art at its best. Then art becomes dualistic, flowing from a dualistic theology.

read more Alfie Bradley: Knife Angel