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Trinity Dancer Meditations in Ink

Visual Art

Trinity Dancer Meditations in Ink

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Trinity Dancer Meditations in Ink

20.00

[These visuals are included in our Pentecost Bundle of resources]

DIGITAL DOWNLOAD FOR ONE-TIME LICENSE

In these ink meditations, artist Hannah Garrity explores the interplay between the three persons of the Trinity. Fluid and free, these abstract dancing figures express movement, intimacy, and connection. 

Download includes files for print and web so you can use them for projecting images and slides in worship, printing on bulletins, study materials, church publications, and advertising your worship on your website and online.

Click the photos on the left to preview images of versions 1 & 2 of the series and artist statement.

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Artist's Statement:

“The concept of the perichoresis, three human figures representing the trinity in an equal dance, draws me in. Perhaps I love it because of its physical representation of balance. Maybe I am called to it because of its humanness. Or maybe I am intrigued by the visual energy this idea creates, even on a two dimensional plane. Capturing God's greatness on a flat plane is inherently challenging! In these meditations on Trinity, I was moved to use the style of Chinese brush painting. Working in ink on watercolor paper, my goal was to represent the movement in each trio of dancers' bodies using only one brush stroke per dancer. For me, the result is contemplative and beautiful, simple and strong.”

—Hannah Garrity

Download includes:

  • images for versions 1 and 2 of the Trinity series
  • files formatted for print
  • files formatted for web and projection
  • files with white or transparent backgrounds 
  • pdf file of artist reflection and a visio divina lesson guide to guide groups in using the visuals to practice "divine seeing" and contemplation.

Credit Info:

When printing and sharing online, please always include the following credits:
"Trinity Dancers" by Hannah Garrity | A Sanctified Art LLC | sanctifiedart.org

Purchase grants one-time use license of resource. Please review our licensing guidelines prior to purchase.