As a companion piece to “The Confusolution of Tongues,” Dan created an icon of the Mother of God (in Greek, Θεοτόκος/Theotokos literally “God-bearer”) holding her Son, the Savior of the world. Since the Tower is ultimately a monument to the Holy Spirit, Dan thought it fitting to include Mary, who, in addition to being Christ’s mother, […]
This piece portrays two Biblical events: the building of the Tower of Babel and the Descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. It is also a kind of birthday cake for linguistics, thanks to the implications of these two spiritually connected events.
Carter Wellborn was born and raised on a farm. As he began experimenting with art, he started with drawing cows before moving on to other farmyard animals and then people or objects.
Carter Wellborn grew up on a farm and so began by drawing cows before moving on to other farm animals and eventually to people and other everyday objects.
This is a vintage print of a speech that Howard Finster would hand out to the audience. They would not be able to take it with them unless they listened to his whole sermon. This print was also framed by another artist in our collection by the name of Peter Loose.