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Artist in Residence, Singapore

9th August 2017

In April 2017, Dianne Minnaar was invited as resident artist at the Bible Society of Singapore's 180th Anniversary.

The original painting "Pentecost" was offered by silent auction to guests at the Anniversary Mission Banquet to raise funds for audio Scripture projects in Nepal and the Philippines. 

To purchase reproductions of "Pentecost", please go to the GALLERY and CONTEMPORARY page on this website.

The Miracle

Exhibitions

7th August 2017

"At The Table"

2 to 25th August 2017

P.W. Sheehan Gallery, building 225
Australian Catholic University
Banyo, Brisbane
Australia

Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Original artwork: "The Miracle" Acrylic wash and 18-karate gold on camphor laurel

Artist in Residence, Philadelphia

1st July 2016

In June 2016, Dianne Minnaar was invited to attend United Bible Societies World Assembly in Philadelphia as resident artist. She completed a painting "He Is Risen" on site at World Assembly. The original painting was silent auctioned to raise funds for Bible Society Scripture projects "Earthquake Ecuador" and "Cyclone Fiji".

To purchase reproductions of "He Is Risen" please see the GALLERY and CONTEMPORARY section of this web site.

Messiah

19th January 2016

This painting was painted during lent and was exhibited at the Australian Catholic University, Brisbane, 2009. “Messiah” was acquired by the university for their private art collection.

The iconic image, calligraphic inscriptions of the names of Christ, colour, texture and symbolism combine to convey a powerful expression of Christ's humanity and suffering as well as His divinity and power over death. Saturated colour together with the nails against the wooden background, symbolise Christ's passion. The textured surface depicts the physical scars inflicted on Christ. A Divine inner light illuminates Christ's form as the resurrected Messiah.

Original painting: oil on canvas; dimensions: 1.1m x 1.2m.

Reflection

19th January 2016

Creator of the universe...we all suffer from varying degrees of blindness. We are blind to love, to grace, to justice, to caring, to listening and to each other. Help us not to condemn one another in our blindness, but rather to work together to help one another see more clearly by Your light. Amen.

For with You is the fountain of life; in Your light we see light.

Psalm 36:9 (NKJV)