Tag: Art

The Four Holy Gospels Project

I have loved Makoto Fujimura’s works for many years. He was commissioned by Crossway to illuminate a harmony of the King James Bible for its 500th anniversary recently. The result is nothing short of glorious. Makoto Fujimura – The Art of “The Four Holy Gospels” from Crossway on Vimeo. Read more →

Art Finds Meaning on the Way

Art is as original and important as it is precisely because it does not start out with clear knowledge of what it means to say. Out of the artist’s imagination, as out of nature’s inexhaustable well, pours one thing after another. The artist composes, writes, or paints just as he dreams, seizing whatever swims close to his net. This, not… Read more →

Art is Exploration

Philosophy is more concerned with coherence than with what William James called life’s “buzzing, blooming confusion.” And what philosophy does for actuality, critics do for art. Art gropes. It stalks like a hunter lost in the woods, listening to itself and to everything around it, unsure of itself, waiting to pounce. This is not to deny that art and philosophy… Read more →