Art of the Spirit is a MUST READ for anyone interested in liturgical art.
St. James Cathedral Newsletter
[Art of the Spirit] penetrates deeply into the rich potential of a medium which has been too often forgotten, or relegated to the production of cheap, commercialized, readymade, off-the-shelf products...it illustrates wonderful creativity already present among us, and holds new possibilities before church communities and talented individuals.
Anglican Journal Review of Books
This beautiful book is a bridge builder. It will inspire members of church worship committees and arts committees across denominational lines to engage the visual arts while it will challenge church leadership to engage their visual perception as a means of theological reflection. This book is needed.
Center for the Arts and Religion
[Art of the Spirit] illustrates the ingenuity and indigenization of Christian and Jewish art in Canada during the past 25 years...this book illustrates the possibilities of liturgical art in our time.
The Mennonite Reporter
This lovely book combines the liturgical with the creative in an exploration of fabric art from various religious denominations...a book that while delighting the eye will remind believers of some of the origins of the [Christmas] season.
The Sunday Daily News
Glowing, vibrant color is the strongest initial impression received from browsing through the collection. As soon as the reader recovers from the blast of color, the impact of outstanding skill and master-level craftsmanship makes itself felt.
Canadian Book Review Annual