Diving for Pearls: Without Desire, the People Perish

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2010

Artist Lynn Aldrich shares images of her work and the sources of their inspiration. Enjoy a fresh understanding of how to work within contemporary culture, while being inspired by a Christian worldview. Lynn Aldrich is a visual artist who loves ideas and text but makes sculpture. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is included in prominent museum and private collections. She has written several articles about contemporary art and faith, including an essay in Beholding the Glory, an anthology published by Jeremy Begbie, Dean of Theology at Cambridge University.

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    25. Diving for Pearls: Without Desire, the People Perish

    by Lynn Aldrich

    23:16 — March 5, 2010

    Diving for Pearls: Without Desire, the People Perish

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    by Gary Parrett

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    Majesty, Mercy, Mission & Mystery

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