Influences

As a Christian, and a pastor, I’ve received many looks of concern when I explain that my artwork is “non-representational”, or to put it incorrectly but more recognizably, “abstract”.  One seminary student laughed, and flippantly disregarded me, when I mentioned the work of an abstract expressionist.  One pastor has said that a Christian artist cannot…

The Move

Things have been a blur for me recently.  In December I completed a three-and-half year Seminary program and received a Masters of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi.  To add to it, my wife gave birth to a beautiful baby girl about a week before final exams!  We proceeded to move out…

5 Things to Know about Investing in Art Right Now

https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-5-things-to-know-about-investing-in-art-right-now A Summary: Macroeconomic uncertainty has increased collectors’ views of art as an investment. Collectors are now more concerned with return from art investment. Certain sectors of the art market are outperforming general ‘economic indicators’ (like gold), though overall the art market is “down”. Art-secured loans are becoming more flexible in the US. Yet, wealth…