Sponsored by Visual and Performing Arts
Skip McKinstry's “Before the Foundations” will be on display in the Center for Faith and Life from March 30 to May 21. McKinstry is a graphic designer, teacher and artist who lives in Oklahoma City, OK. Much of his current work investigates the intersections of art and faith.
This show is presented as part of Luther College’s celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
“Before the Foundations” is a series of inkjet images on animal-skin parchment, based in photography and digital collage. Beginning with the description of Jesus in Rev. 13:8 as “the lamb slain from the foundation of the world,” the images explore the considered cost of creation, the loss of innocence, free will and God’s sovereignty, the struggle to function in a wild and overgrown world at least partially separated from its source of life, and finally, redemption.
Questions? Contact David Kamm, 563-387-1665