Amy E. Gray
Assistant Professor of the Arts and Religion
An Ohio native and lifelong Presbyterian, Amy E. Gray is a practicing artist whose work ranges from small scale contemplative images in silver leaf and egg tempera to large scale temporary cut paper installations for worship spaces and conferences. Her ephemeral work explores issues of transience, rootedness and the environment. Her theological interests engage the role of art making in formation, worship and teaching and learning through embodied practices in theological education. In addition to her work at Wesley, Amy serves on the board of the Society for the Arts in Theological Education and continues to create site specific installations for sacred spaces and teach workshops on Religion and the Arts.
RA 109 Chapel Visuals
RA 113 Art as Worship, Worship as Art
RA 122 Picturing the Church: Two Millennia of Art and Architecture
RA 129 Creative Process as Spiritual Practice
RA 230 Elements of Design: Reaching a Visual Culture
Check out Amy’s work here.