Marilyn Lande, MA, local artist/Jewish art historian, and Linda McCray, MFA, a Montana-based liturgical artist who creates abstract spiritual paintings, will discuss the history of spiritual art from iconic to contemporary in Judaism and Christianity. A brief history with digital images of visual art from both traditions will be explores, followed by a stimulating discussion of art’s role in spirituality then and now. Icons & Spiritualityis a program of Windows to the Divine®, an annual exhibition of the Colorado Dominican Vocation Foundation, November 5-December 3 at The MADDEN Museum of Art. Art will be exhibited in the Palazzo Verdi Building (next to Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater) at 6363 S. Fiddler’s Green Circle in Greenwood Village from Admission to the Exhibition is free to the public during museum hours: M-F 9AM-5PM; Sat 11AM-3PM.
The Exhibition features more than 100 original works of art by emerging and renowned local, regional and national artists, including Kim English, David Gray, Albert Handell, Ron Hicks, William Hook, Quang Ho, Ramon Kelley, Ray Knaub, Emilio Lobato, Michael Klein, Dan McCaw, Danny McCaw, John McCaw, Don Sahli, Matt Smith, Daniel Sprick, Nancy Switzer, and Karen Vance.
The content of the juried show is not confined to explicitly religious or sacred subjects, but also includes landscapes, still life, figurative, contemporary and traditional ethnographic. Many spiritual paths are represented, including artists from the Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Native American traditions.
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