• Two New Workshops: Saturday, Sept. 29th
    for Artists, Worship Pastors and
    those interested in the rich
    and impacting history of  Biblical Art

    One:  Painting Live in Front of Congregations 
    12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
    With increasing popularity, painting live before congregations alongside a teaching pastor is a privilege and a daunting task.  How does an artist execute this well, with confidence and excellence to enhance a worship experience and create a lasting imprint for observers?

    From her many years of experience in this field Phoenix artist Elena Eros will take guests in this workshop from idea to a concept, from a concept to sketch, from a sketch to final performance piece of art. Consider Art materials, media, canvas size and light. Prayer and research. Dressing up & preparation of the stage. Working with a Worship Pastor and his team. Interaction with people after the end of the service. Talking to the audience and answering questions.  Her many years of experience will help anyone interested in this dynamic and beautiful act of corporate worship to perform with excellence and power.  Perfect for artists or worship pastors wanting to know more about how to incorporate this moving experience into their church.
    $30 –   Register here now

    “The Lord is My Song and My Salvation” by Elena Eros

    And Workshop II

    TWO:  Bezalel: The History, Impact and Future of Biblical Art 
    3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
    Includes:
    Brief History of Biblical Art. Art in Roman catacombs.
    Who was Bezalel and his place in God’s economy?
    The importance of visual art.  Does Biblical Art still exist?
    Art & health.  Art and education.
    Biblical art and Churches today.  Future of Biblical Art.
    Jerusalem’s Bezalel School of Fine Art.  You will come away with a depth of
    understanding  of this rich heritage and future for Biblical art in culture today.
    $15 – Advanced registration here now or at the door

    Or $40 for both sessions advanced registration online here now
    at
    Wayside Chapel, Sedona, Arizona

    Elena Eros (pronounced Erosh) became a follower of Jesus Christ in 1990 in Christ Church in England. She was an active member of Faith Church in Budapest, participating in all aspects of Art Ministry (illustrations, stage decoration, costume designing). She continue her spiritual art journey in England and came to the USA in 2006. Ms Eros was first asked to paint live in Gold Canyon Community Church and since then she has been painting live in Arizona Churches as well as nationally. Elena Erosh is a guest speaker on Biblical Art. She has been teaching Art to young students and adults at Churches, schools, colleges & Community Centers. Her goal is to help bring art back to the Churches, restore the traditions of Biblical Art & teach believers through Godly Visual Art: has been Elena’s passion and mission. Bezalel is her favorite Biblical Figure (Exodus 31-35).

      “Words In Red, – the Direct, Uncensored, Provocative Words of Jesus”   
     a Rare Collection of Biblical art
    Now until Sept. 29th

     

    Free admission at Wayside Chapel –  N 401 N. St Route 89 A, Sedona AZ
    Hours: Mon – Wed. 10 – 5 p.m
    Fri. & Saturdays   11 a.m. – 7 pm.
    Sun. noon -5.  Closed Thursdays
    Regular admission is free
    Group and school tours available. Call 541.601.7496  for info
        Don’t miss the last opportunity to view this rare Biblical art collection on this 7 city West Coast/Southwest tour.  A visual plethora of compelling artistically rendered scenes by contemporary art legends Michael DudashRon DiCianni, Frank Ordaz, Chris Hopkins, Glenn HarringtonMick McGinty, Dan Chen and additionally regionally featured artists sculptor Tom White, Jeannette Tuscher, Caroline Linscott, and Elena Eros
      Plus experience the cinematic sounds of the Words in Red music score
    Sanctus” by Willem van Wyk”
    Experience this enrapturing sound
     

    Can’t make the show, but want to explore the Words in Red exhibit?   Order the full Gallery Guide here with artist bios, full color depictions and more.