Artists shape the world. God is reaching into the depths of our hearts through art once again, and redeeming the Arts that have been lost to the church. He's bringing more joy into our understanding of who He is.
There is much confusion amongst artists around using someone else’s creative work. Artists use photos for reference and inspiration every day, so when does this become copyright infringement? The simplest approach could be just don’t copy.
Religious art, sacred art, prophetic art, Christian art. Isn't it all worship?
Stephen Bennett is an author, musician, songwriter, singer, speaker. Yes, he is what we call a multi-creative, yet his most significant role is as a prophet. I would add to that, a mentor of prophetic creatives.
This is an intriguing case story of copyright infringements run amuck. The original artist is Kerolos Safwat and the only place to buy original prints is through Golden Earth on Facebook. His painting was inspired by Canadian Photographer Paige Stewart, without her knowledge, and then stolen by pirates on Amazon.
Did 'Steal like an Artist' confuse you? Are you standing on the shoulders of those who came before, or are you violating copyright?
Gold Coast: Commonwealth Games 2018 A group of artists saw value in painting live in public spaces and pursued every venue, from tram stations to shopping centre and main stage…