New art expresses First-Plymouth love
Celebrate the art and the artist between the 9 and 10:30 services Oct. 28
A new painting in the hallway west of the sanctuary by Lincoln artist and First-Plymouth member Steven DeLair creates visual continuity with the sanctuary, and at the same time, reinforces the “soul” of First-Plymouth. DeLair’s stunning blue and gold painting carries the word, “love” 134 times. The words, “live” and “now” are each repeated 14 times, in a meticulous hand-painted scroll effect. DeLair will be on hand for a congregational celebration of his work between the 9 and 10:30 services. Oct. 28.
“I wanted my concept to embody the essence of what First-Plymouth means in 2018. First-Plymouth is dedicated to the expansion of love. We aspire to inhabit love and live a life of love,” said DeLair.
“First-Plymouth is a big picture church. Love inhabits and encourages the big picture. To love the whole world is a decision which leads to universal love.”