Chris Cuthill (http://www.chriscuthill.com/) is an artist, art historian and chair of the Art department at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario. Chris is also a practicing artist and will show works at an upcoming exhibit, titled “Doublecross” at Hamilton’s Flagship Gallery.
Arts Connection for Monday, October 10 2016 - Ann-Margret Hovsepian - "Restore My Soul: a coloring book Devotional Journey"
Tonight’s guest has written three devotional books for teenaged girls, was part of a team that created a biblezine for girls and has been published online and in a number of print publications. Now Ann-Margret Hovsepian (http://www.annhovsepian.com) is adding illustrator to her resume with the publication this spring of Restore my Soul: a coloring book Devotional Journey.
Lisa Hall-Wilson (http://lisahallwilson.com/) has written award-winning news stories on topics as diverse as healthy eating, modesty and the recovery of Haiti after the 2010 earthquake and features on people as diverse as a photographer whose work was born out of tragedy and a desire to find God in the heartache.
Glynis Belec (http://www.glynisbelec.com) has been writing professionally for 30 years, primarily writing children’s books including the latest: Hopeful Homer. And along the journey, Glynis began Angel Hope Publishing whose latest project is an anthology of short stories written by six authors who have experience grief in many ways.
The last time we talked to tonight’s guest it was about her new Christmas-themed children’s book Beneath That Star. But being an author isn’t Sally Meadows (http://sallymeadows.com/home) only skill: she’s also a talented musician with two full-length CDs and now, a new single to her credit.