Faith As Art

So, I have this awesome 2d design class.  I’m learning all kinds of stuff.  I love it.  For our final project we have to make an image that shows identity.  So, my initial thought was that I’ll do it on what my Christian faith means to me!  I was excited!

So, class came around the next day. And I was….well I was nervous.  I didn’t know how my teacher was going to react.  She was going around to each of us individually and helping us decide what to do.  One of the other guys was talking about doing his on agnoticism.  So, I was worried what he would think and what everyone else would think. 

She came to my desk and asked what I wanted to do my project on.  I procrastinated asking her if I could do it on what my faith means to me.  I told her that I was confused about the details, I kinda was.  She said to find something unique about myself.  She suggested that I use what my faith means to me.  WHAT!?!?!  I think that it was definitely meant to be! Haha I’m really excited, except I’m not sure what to do.  No crosses, crown of thorns, hearts or cliche pictures of Jesus.  I wanted to use a broken vase (psalm 51:17), but she said that may be to literal.  I agree with her.  I think I might do something with a potter working clay, because we are the clay.  That might be too literal also.  I don’t know what to do yet, but I’ll figure it out.  I’m just so excited that I get to use my faith! 😀

Please keep me in your prayers!


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