As we encounter and discover God, we are inevitably led to further unpack our sense of beauty and its meaning for our faith-lives. As a culture, we often describe God as true and good. We use beauty less often—and we struggle to articulate the intuitive relationship between it and the things of God.
When thinking about beauty, I pose myself with the age old question, what is beauty? Or what is beautiful? The way beauty has. Been seen for centuries is constantly changing, even in the past few decades.
Through this series I aim to show the beauty of vulnerability through the usage of flowers and stones to depict it.