The Christian Art we practice here at Alison Hazel Art is traditional and straightforward.
We want our Christian Art to be peaceful, meditative and reflective.
To draw Christian images and symbols adds a richness to life which we enjoy, and we want to share that with you.
We are not here to influence you, or to convert you, but rather to celebrate our beliefs with you.
If that resonates with you, then you may enjoy some of our future plans for creating and developing some Christian art.
We aspire to have more drawings and images of religious people such as:
- Mary and Christ
We will be drawing and illustrating chapters from the bible and particularly from the book of Genesis with stories like:
- Adam and Eve
- Cain and Abel
- Noah’s Ark
- The Nativity and Christmas
- The Passion and Easter
Sacred Places Art
We also have an interest in sacred places.
Sacred places generally means churches, cathedrals and related buildings, but it also encompasses other places such as:
- Standing stones (like Stonehenge and Inukshuks)
- Glades of trees
We have plans to sketch:
- Church footprints
- Church architectural drawings and facades
- Stained glass windows
- Rose windows
- Steeples and towers
We plan to explore Christian symbolism.
This can be as:
- Other ancient artworks
There is a place for all art.
We believe that if you follow Jesus then if you draw and create your own Christian themed art it will benefit you.
Sharing and Merchandise
Some of our Christian art is already available on Christmas cards and you can see more designs in our Redbubble shop.
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