Dr. James Romaine, Chair of the Department of Art History, publishes essay entitled “Guy Chase: Art and the Rewards of Faithfulness” in Comment, the journal of Cardus. Cardus is a think tank dedicated to the renewal of North American social architecture examining Christianity and contemporary culture.
According to Dr. Romaine, “Looking at works of art through the lens of ‘art appreciation’ can leave us visually inattentive, personally unaware, and spiritually complacent. The work of Guy Chase models a more faithful way.”
To read the article: http://www.cardus.ca/comment/article/2750/