MARKcamp Virtual Art Exhibition

From the Nest: Marknest Virtual Art Exhibiton

During the first week of May 2020, nearly 140 students, staff, and alumni from BC, Quebec, and Ontario gathered virtually to study the entire gospel of Mark. While much of the teaching and discussion took place online, the afternoon sessions were reserved for offline Scripture engagement and free time.
One invitation that participants received was to create art in response to their MARKnest experience. Some students recreated scenes from Mark, others reflected on how God was speaking to them during the week. Each piece reveals a unique perspective on the character of Christ and the ways the Holy Spirit has been moving in the MARKnest community.
Thank you to all the artists who contributed images, words, and music to this exhibition to bless the MARKnest community and the world. In a time in history where fear and isolation can overwhelm us, these artists have offered us beauty and hope.
May these works of art richly bless all of you.

Artwork titled Mount of Bread by Kim Nguyen-Stone
An acrylic painting work titled The Sprit by Janna Lee
An oil painting titled Fruit by Jinfei Wang
An Ink Drawing by Tayah Lee titled: Rest in its Shade
Photography work by Malik Dieleman titled Holy Spirit
An excerpt from James Fang's written piece which reads: "Jesus doesn't care about fame or popularity or his ego; he cares more about making a difference..." The links goes to the full document.

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