Sacred Seeing Through Great Works of Art
Arthur Aghajanian explores visual culture in ways that are informed by his own contemplative practice.
Arthur Aghajanian offers a beautiful consideration of the difference between faith and belief, indicating that faith is an experiential knowing, a sense of connectedness with one’s true nature. How is this different from belief?
Contemplative Light is pleased to introduce a new writer this week. Arthur Aghajanian explores visual culture in ways that are informed by his own contemplative practice. In his first article, Arthur analyzes Bernini’s “Ecstasy of St. Teresa” through a contemplative lens. Please enjoy.
Writer and Educator | Contributor, Contemplative Light
Arthur Aghajanian is a Christian contemplative, essayist, and educator. His work explores visual culture through a spiritual lens. His essays have appeared in a variety of publications, including Ekstasis, Radix, Saint Austin Review, The Curator, and many others. He holds an M.F.A. from Otis College of Art and Design. Visit him at: https://www.imageandfaith.com/