Quote Prints from Every Moment Holy
These full-color 9x12 inch Quote Prints feature original artwork by Jennifer Trafton.
Quotes are taken from the following liturgies in Every Moment Holy by Douglas McKelvey:
- "Awaken Our Adoration" from "A Liturgy for Stargazing"
- "In Our Hearts/Home" from "A Liturgy to Mark the Start of the Christmas Season"
- "Let Our Garden Be Fruitful" from "A Liturgy for Gardening"
Dimensions: 9.0 x 12.0 inches
ABOUT THE AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR
Douglas Kaine McKelvey grew up in East Texas and moved to Nashville in 1991 to participate in the early work of Charlie Peacock’s Art House Foundation, an organization dedicated to a shared exploration of faith and the arts. In the decades since, he has worked as an author, song lyricist, scriptwriter, and video director. He has penned more than 350 lyrics recorded by a variety of artists including Switchfoot, Kenny Rogers, Sanctus Real, and Jason Gray. He and his wife Lise have three grown daughters and two sons-in-law. Douglas has served for the last four years as the sexton at St. John’s Anglican Church in Franklin, Tennessee. For more information about Douglas visit https://www.dougmckelvey.com.
Jennifer Trafton served as the managing editor of Christian History magazine before returning to her first love, children’s literature. Her first novel, The Rise and Fall of Mount Majestic, was a nominee for Tennessee’s 2012 Volunteer State Book Award. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where, in addition to pursuing her love of art and illustration, she teaches writing classes, workshops, and summer camps in a variety of schools, libraries, and homeschool groups in the Nashville area, as well as online classes to kids around the world. For more information about Jennifer and her art visit http://jennifertrafton.com and @jtraftonart.
ABOUT RABBIT ROOM PRESS
Rabbit Room Press is based in the heart of the thriving artistic community of Nashville, Tennessee. Founded in 2008 by Andrew Peterson, Rabbit Room Press publishes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. In addition to books, the press is closely involved in the creation and distribution of recorded music.