Art Exhibitions


In this exhibit, artists explore two themes: Becoming Changed and An Appreciation of Process. This exhibit represents artists across multiple mediums, with some artwork depicting a physical state of change in nature, cities, objects, or landscapes, while others explore the inner state of being transformed. Artists are able to creatively represent change through spiritual and spatial relationships and honestly depict the challenging nature of change in our own lives, neighborhoods, friendships, and relationships. We hope you enjoy Transformation: An Appreciation of Process. 

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Guest Juror for Transformation:
Julie Enstall | St. Louis, MO

Julie Enstall is clay artist and teacher who sculpts in various mediums and clay, including  stoneware and paper clay. Her current work is primarily wall sculptures exploring life, movement, texture, and a sense of timeless beauty. Her work is a tactile response to the splendor and mystery of the inner and outer worlds, the moments that make one pause and notice.  Her passion is to create and help others unleash and explore their creative voice in a safe and encouraging space.

CHROMA: a Focus on Color

Welcome to CHROMA, our exploration of color through the art of photography. Color is everywhere, and it’s a joy to capture in all its subtlety, complexity, and vibrance. It is found in nature and the city, in our homes and in our faces. The artists of Emerge welcome you into this exhibit with the eyes of a child, an invitation into both wonder and worship. We marvel at what is seen; we can only imagine the beauty of colors that The Lord created that our eyes cannot yet perceive. We hope you enjoy this color-filled exhibit!

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Guest Juror for CHROMA:
Jean Stryker | Lincoln, NE

Jean Stryker is a visual artist and art minister in Lincoln, Nebraska, where she ministers through large-scale paintings for the congregation at F Street Church. Her work explores and abstracts the people, places, and living creatures in her beautiful home state of Nebraska. Find more of Jean’s work at

Lost & Found

Our “Lost & Found” Recycled Art Exhibit naturally carries a theme of redemption, and renewal, of art that is found, juxtaposed, and celebrated, rather than dismissed and discarded. To be Found in Christ is to experience the wonder of a wholly transformed life, becoming a new creation. The marvel of transformation belongs not only to people: Jesus makes all things new.

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Guest Juror for Lost & Found:
Dean Estes | Boise, ID

Dean Estes is a sculptor and painter in Boise, Idaho. Dean faithfully ministers to artists in his community. His bronze sculptures are in numerous collections in Boise and around the Northwest.