I have been waiting and waiting to get to this particular edit from Catalyst finished…so today I finally got around to posting these images from Catalyst08 in Atlanta. This is Caitlin Beidler from Redemption Art. This very well could have been the greatest live acts of worship I have seen in a long time. It took me by surprise and I came to find out later that not everyone there even saw the entire painting in worship as it happened. It really was amazing to see a painting being created before your eyes, to music, in worship.
I did not get a chance to meet Caitlin but I appreciate the many different ways we were able to worship for those few days, and she was a big part of that. The images below are a short progression of how the painting-worship to music went. The very last photo was taken after they moved on to the next session and turned off the lights. The paint is not a glow in the dark (as far as I know) or black light paint, this is just how it looked when the lights were turned off. The glow of the white paint in the dark was amazing to me and to me it showed Christ at the Cross in the dark. To see more of the painting from my photo perspective visit the Catalyst Gallery.
Coming up soon I will have a few more posts from Catalyst. If you have a chance, run over to Caitlin’s website and see her other paintings.