Tuesday, March 11, 2008
The "Live" issue has arrived and is available once again at Coquitlam Alliance Church, Regent College, Port Moody Public Library, The Blackberry Gallery, and various and sundry coffee tables across Canada. Inside you'll find work from artists Corrigan Clay, Andrea Forstbauer, and Andrea Chamberlain; reviews by David Wood and Jennifer Watton; poetry and fiction by Kelvin Bueckert, John Hoben, and Mark Smith. Your low-res pdf is here, but wouldn't you rather a glossy printed copy?
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Wednesday, October 24, 2007
In art, as in everything else in life, it is important to look back as we look ahead. As contributors and readers of Plumb, we are striving to create new art. And this blog is to be a place to fertilize that growth. So as we create, I also want to share art from history to inspire us.
Below is the painting called, "The Beheading of St John the Baptist" painted by Caravaggio. To learn more about this piece, read here.
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
In an effort to keep this site more current and up-to-date, I have agreed to take the wheel of this site as we transverse the information superhighway.
My hope is to keep people informed of not only Plumb, but other art activities in Canada. So if you come across an interesting article, event, or piece of art online, then let me know so then I can share it with everyone else.
Thursday, June 07, 2007
The much anticipated Shadow issue has arrived and is available at the usual venues.
Poetry by Ryan Bird, Chuck Baker, and Kathleen James; essays by Brad Strelau and John Hoben; fiction by Mark David Smith; artwork and photography by Andrea Chamberlain, Bev Ellis, Justin Keitch and Jared Goertzen.
Get it now, before all that's left is just a . . .
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Saturday, March 17, 2007
Thursday, March 08, 2007
For any of you that saw the recent ad in the Georgia Straight (right), we are indeed preparing our next issue, "Shadow", which promises to be our most dynamic issue yet. John Hoben has a beautifully crafted and thoughtful essay that looks at God as Shadow, and artwork and photographs by Jared Goertzen, Andrea Chamberlain, Justin Keitch, and Bev Ellis, are sure to inspire and intrigue. And Tom and John, our odd-couple characters from "Two in a Pew," argue (as usual) about church fashion.
Order copies for your church or group today! We also have back copies of our previous issues available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Monday, January 15, 2007
That's right! "If" has arrived and is available now. The list of groups now distributing PLUMb has grown, and now includes Northside Foursquare Church, PoCo Christian Assembly, New Joy Community Church, Calvary Baptist Church, and Pacific Theatre. But if you can't manage to get to any of these places, you can always download a .pdf copy here. Enjoy!
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