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The Art Evangelist, formerly a liturgical art advisory, has been growing and changing in ways that are just phenomenal, including a recent relocation from Southwest Florida to Central Connecticut.  So it stands too, that our interests and direction are naturally morphing as we cultivate our passion and draw nearer to what is true, especially now that we are in the Northeast Corridor with much greater access to metropolitan art centers.

We know contemporary and modern interfaith artworks of the sacred lack adequate and original online platforms and traditional physical galleries.  More pointedly, contemporary sacred art lacks advocates who voice the importance of the work, its utility in community and faith, and the challenges within meaning and execution.  Beginning in September 2017, The Art Evangelist will solely concentrate on artists and artworks (based in the US) that seek to channel belief systems, spiritual spark, and inspirationally reflective and unique voices, especially if those voices expand our thinking and understanding.

We warmly invite you to follow us @shaunaleelange on Twitter where we regularly post  about new trends in art and theology.  We also want to host your accomplished artworks on our Instagram @theartevangelist.  Much love to you as you continue to explore what is authentic, what is whole, and what is “love” in your own lives.  As always, you may (without fee) join our global network of art professionals and influential literati at Creative Art Consultants International or email us at shaunaleelange@gmail.com or call 941.875.5190.

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