Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

January 13

The Isolation of Hell

Let me first apologize if this painting is offensive. Art isn’t always beautiful and this particular piece is both eye-catching and disturbing at the same time. You must agree that the depiction of the human anatomy is astonishing. The strain of the muscles is visceral. The agony of the men writhing in pain as they […]

October 15

What the Hell is Wrong With Me?

I recently discovered a musical artist named Sean McConnell. His album, A Horrible Beautiful Dream, has a song on it called, What the Hell is Wrong with Me? I discovered this painting by Swiss artist Ferdinand Hodler at about the same time. The painting is titled The Disappointed Souls and the song and painting seemed […]

March 03

God’s Glory

This is one of my favorite quotes by C.S. Lewis, one of my favorite writers. I created this in a circle to mirror the circle of the sun. In case you don’t want to rotate your computer screen, it says: “A man can no more diminish God’s glory by refusing to worship him than a […]