Mother Artists

Covenant College – Mother Artists Exhibition: A group show of artists who developed their practice while being mothers. The included work illustrates some of the struggles through the journey. My piece, Decade, is a canvas of date book pages from ten years of my life...
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Culture Citizen

This exhibition reconsiders notions of entitlement and ownership of cultural citizenship. It asks: How does one gain a right to be heard in their society? Who is a good citizen? How does one have cultural agency? What should the relationship of a host community or country be to...
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AU Pantheon

http://www.au-pantheon.fr/en/ The restoration work being carried out on the Pantheon is one of largest projects in Europe and the monumental self-supporting scaffolding system is a great technical feat. The Centre des Monuments Nationaux has chosen to commission contemporary...
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Reflections of Generosity

Author – Gini SinclairPublisher – On The SceneSource – Article I was the keynote speaker for an art exhibition and 9/11 ceremony on a military base in Kattebach, Germany. The topic was art as metaphor for healing and restoration of emotional wounds.
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Artnauts

View Website The Artnauts is an artist collective that uses the visual arts as a tool for addressing global issues while connecting with artists from around the world. The name denotes the practice that is “not” art as usual, going beyond the confines of the traditional or...
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International Art Exhibit Brings Spiritual Healing to Soldiers

Author – NAPublisher – Loyola PressSource – Article As soldiers walk through the exhibit and listen to soothing music, they are exposed to images of war and suffering, which often opens up scars from previous deployments, Kelsey said. He includes peaceful images...
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Phoenix Art Group, North Africa

An Artist-in-Residency opportunity took me to Morocco, North Africa to make art with an Islamic culture. Many experimental projects were engaged with two notable outcomes, an up-cycle installation for social discourse on relationships, and a fun sculpy-character public intervention.
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Mysterious Art lands in Providence

Author – Walt ButeauPublisher – WPRISource – ArticleVideo – YouTube PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – A local artist has tucked away about 3 dozen mysteries in hiding places along Providence’s streets, hoping to inspire peace with anyone who happens to...
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AROHO

Sandra Jean Ceas, recipient of AROHO’s Creative Woman Fellowship, compiled this digital quilt from art installation she invited women to craft during AROHO’s 2011 Retreat for Women Writers. Visit YouTube for full view of MindStretch exercise and Installation,...
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Steadfast

Enter a spiritual experience of a living testimony to a walk of faith through the art of Sandra Jean Ceas. Installations inspired by Scripture that encourage steadfastness and reflections of endurance and trust in a living God.
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Art Students Arrested for Street Art

Author – Jenny AnPublisher – Denver WestwardSource – Article “I think we were doing it for a good cause,” Corey says. “Make people laugh when they’re stuck in traffic.” A good cause that wasn’t about racism, they insist,...
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Clay: 4 Perspectives

Clay: 4 Perspectives includes the work of four artists who work with clay from distinctly different approaches, ranging from functional to concept-based ceramic works. S.C. Rolf’s ceramic works pay deep attention to functionality and the experience of using ceramic vessels...
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Reflections of Generosity

I was the keynote speaker for an art exhibition and 9/11 ceremony on a military base in Kattebach, Germany. The topic was art as metaphor for healing and restoration of emotional wounds. Read more : Reflections of Generosity
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Juarez Children’s Art Project

In May 2010, myself, another instructor, and seven students from the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD) braved a trip to Juarez, Mexico, where recent violence has driven out many other missionaries and visitors. We joined Amigos Ministries and hundreds of children...
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J-CAP

Author – Yesenia RoblesPublisher – Denver PostSource – Article I took 7 of my college students to Juarez for a Children’s Art Project at Amigo’s Ministry. We made art from the trash we gathered from the streets and enjoyed the children’s love...
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Art and Theology

Author – NAPublisher – Iliff School of TheologySource – Article “I believe art and theology are strong partners for communication,” says Sandy Ceas, master of theological studies (MTS) student. The theology of Christianity has a rich inheritance in...
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Blessing Doves

Author – Sandra CeasPublisher – CardusSource – Article A Blessing Dove is a precious work of art, and an unexpected gift to the one who finds it. Small palm sized porcelain doves have been randomly placed around the United States to be discovered, taken, and...
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Artists Leaves Tiny Blessings in Her Wake

Author – M.E. SprengelmeyerPublisher – Rocky Mountain NewsSource – Article She slipped into the nation’s capital on a clandestine mission of hope. Under a black cap and dark sunglasses, Sandy Ceas went mostly unnoticed Sunday as she wove her way down...
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Inspiration in the melting Ice

Author – Claire DedererPublisher – The New York TimesSource – Article HULKING over this bucolic college town like Frankenstein’s redoubt, the National Center for Atmospheric Research is a constant reminder that Boulder — party-loving college students...
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