It will not go out of my mind that if we pass this post and lantern, either we shall find strange adventures or else some great changes of our fortunes.” — Lucy Pevensie
It was the lamppost in the land of Narnia, introduced in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, that shone day and night, which inspired the name of The Hidden Lantern gallery. It is therefore, with great delight, that the gallery announces the Rosemary Beach opening of the traveling exhibition, A Walk with C.S. Lewis, by artist collective Faith Artists. The exhibition is open to public until December 8th, from 5-7 pm.
C.S. Lewis, a novelist, poet, medievalist, academic, literary critic, essayist, lay theologian and Christian apologist, tapped the brilliance of his mind to compose among the most enchanting chronicles of 20th century literature, unified in their aim to compel the world to Christ.
His words have painted vivid, atmospheric pictures in imaginations around the globe, and here, on view at The Hidden Lantern Gallery, Faith Artists gives visual form to the thoughts and dreams of Lewis’ storytelling.
Among the texts represented in A Walk with C.S. Lewis exhibition are The Chronicles of Narnia, The Great Divorce, Perelandra, The Screwtape Letters, Till We Have Faces + personal letters from the author.
The participating artists are: Dawn Baker, Tom Banker,Tempy Berg-Gilbert, Carol Bowman, Lee Bowman, Debbie Chiecchi Jackson, Ypie Doelman, Jim Hutchinson, Dee Jones, Barbara Mason, Cindy Norris, Russ Reed, Peg Rosenlund, Camille Riggs, Kendra Walden and Mark Walden.