...to get the incredible new painting Before I Formed You in the Womb at a whopping 45% discount! After the 1st, the price jumps back up to it’s release price!
More then just an opportunity to buy this incredible new print at an incredible price... you have the opportunity to do something special: Take a stand for Life.
Most pro-life ministries work with a shoe string budget. On the other hand, Planned Parenthood gets $11 a second from the government. Sound right to you? That’s your money killing babies.
The launch of Before I Formed You has a great plan in mind... generating funds for Pro-life ministries. Every purchase you make results in a significant donation to pro-life causes.
A great painting, a great price, a great message and a great cause. What could be better!
Posted on August 31, 2012 10:38 PM
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The beginning of a New Year brings about new hopes, new dreams, and new starts for everyone. Most Christians can take this time and recommit to going to church, Bible study and reading their Bibles. It's really a joyous time of year for this reason. If you are one of those people who are looking forward to a renewed self, well, God Bless you!
Hopefully when you look back at this time of your life, you will remember what it felt like to feel loved by Jesus. Chances are though, you will also remember the trails that you went through. Becoming a follower of Christ isn't always easy.
The Clay by Ron DiCianni reminds us that though walking the road with Christ maybe hard, God is right there, sculpting us. The inspiration verse for this painting is Isaiah 64:8.
"Yet, O LORD, you are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand."
When a potter is creating a new pot, he is very particular and careful about which spots he puts pressure on, and which parts he guides along to grow. The pot is not always beautiful during this process, but the potter knows the potential, and most importantly, what the outcome will be... a piece of art!
God does the exact same thing with us, and has great insight into our growth. He guides us down this journey of life doing what he can gently mold us into the faithful servants.
The Clay is available at TapestryProductions.com and starts at $100. It serves a great reminder to all of us, that God is always at work in our lives.
Posted on January 10, 2011 10:26 AM
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In the last 6 weeks God has blessed us with a little over 3200 people coming though in groups to view The Resurrection Mural. It’s amazing to see and such a miracle when you consider that we spent a total of $241 offering people the chance to come see it before it heads to the museum.
In those conversations that have spawned with so many of the visitors, there is a consistent theme… “I’ve been so touched here today but how do I bring this message to my friends, family, church, neighbors, etc?” It’s a great question and it goes to the heart of what we do here at Tapestry.
This is one of those times when the flippant answer and the considered answer are the same thing… bring a print of the paintings into your lives/homes/churches/schools, etc. That’s one of the core reasons that we exist… to take the original piece that is proclaiming the Gospel and then reproduce it for the purpose of reproducing that impact in others lives.
It may sound like a sales pitch… but it’s not. The first thing you do with a new Christian is get him his own Bible (you don’t want him sharing yours forever… right?). Every driver needs their own license… right (I can’t drive just because my wife is licensed!). The same dynamic exists here… if you want to continue and multiple the impact of what one of these paintings has done in your life… you need to bring a copy of it into your life, home, school, church, etc so that it will touch those in your sphere of influence with the same Message that touched you.
So, I’ll encourage you just like I have encouraged so many these last few weeks. Invite prints of these paintings into your life and then use them to reproduce and multiply the same effect it had on you to your friends, neighbors, family and church. You’ll be amazed what God will do.
Posted on June 10, 2010 10:53 AM
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In today's busy world it?s important to surround yourself with things that truly inspire the good in you to come out. As Christians, we are called to live our lives Biblically and for many, reminders are needed throughout the day to stay on track. One way you can be reminded of Christ's love is by purchasing Christian fine art for your home, church or office. Christian paintings can serve as a visual reminder of what the Bible is all about. However, when it comes to investing in Christian fine art, there are some things that you should consider.
1. The Difference Between Print Types
Fine art reproductions come in a variety of print types. A good fine art print is made with high quality standards and include lithographs, canvas and giclee prints. Fine art reproductions are high-quality handcrafted replicas of original paintings that are made with excellence and adherence to a high standard of quality. Be sure to know which type you are buying.
2. The Difference Between Editions
When it comes to fine art, typical edition types are either open or limited. Open Edition (OE) means that there is no limited to the amount of reproductions that will be made. Limited Edition (LE) means that there is a set limit to the amount of reproductions that will be printed. In addition to these edition types, some publishers also offer signed, numbered, and artist touch up editions. These all will increase the value of the print.
3. The Inspiration
Christian Art prints can range from specific Bible occurrences, to interpretations of modern Christian living and themes. It is important to invest in a Christian fine art reproduction that is going to inspire you, and give you a daily reminder as to what the Gospel is all about.
4. Learn About The Artist
There are hundreds of Christian artists around the world, yet not all of them have value associated with their name and prints. While you should always follow your heart when choosing a print to purchase, make sure you take the time out to learn about the artist and their inspiration behind a print. Some of the top Christian artists today are Ron DiCianni, Michael Dudash, & Thomas Blackshear. All of these artists have added value to their fine art reproductions due to their notoriety.
Most Fine Art publishers offer either framed or unframed prints. Be sure to research the framing method that the company uses. Hand crafted custom frames will give your reproduction added value and appeal. However if you do not feel that the frame that accompanies the print will match your decor, you can always purchase the print unframed and take it to a framer yourself.
No matter which Christian art print you choose, be sure that you display it in a place that you will pass by frequently, giving you multiple opportunities to reflect each day. Displaying the painting in your home or office will also give you the opportunity to possibly minister to someone about your relationship with Jesus Christ, which could change someone's life forever.
Posted on May 22, 2010 8:03 AM
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Recently we came upon a very interesting article written by The Herald Malaysia Online. This well thought out article entitled "How the great works of religious art help our faith," explores just how important it is for your church to invest in inspiring art. Throughout history, art has played an important role in Christianity, and today it should be no different.
Art can a unique advantage in a church setting. Consider a first time visitor to a church. Perhaps they feel uncomfortable and alienated. Being new in a church when you don't know anyone can be a little bit overwhelming. Art can communicate to this new visitor what the church is all about. It can be welcoming and help a visitor to explore their faith. Good Christian art can be felt instead of merely being seen.
Consider what the author, a pastor of a church say about how placing good art in their church has reached out to non-believers.
"One of the most interesting things is the number of people of other religions and no religion who come to just spend time in the church. They say being there makes them feel better."
Of course Fine Art reproductions, like those sold at Tapestry do require an investment. However, every person that sees a painting in a church as the opportunity to experience, and possibly begin a relationship with Christ. When we look at Christian art in this sense, it should be made a priority.
Painting - In The Wilderness by Ron DiCianni
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Posted on March 4, 2010 10:31 AM
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