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FREEDOM BROOK MULLINS

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  1. FREEDOMBROOK MULLINS

  2. What is the Background Information?

  3. *Artist: Gwen Meharg *Time Period: 2006 *Purpose: Communicate God’s heart. *Historical Context: The artist painted “Freedom” during a private worship service and he thought about the glory falling and the whirlwind. *Analysis of title: While the artist was in the worship service he thought “The glory falls and there is FREEDOM!”

  4. Who is the Audience?

  5. Artist • Painters • Christians • Anyone researching “Freedom” or “Worship” • The glory falls and there is FREEDOM!

  6. What is the Point of View/Intention?

  7. “Freedom” was painted by Gwen Meharg. He painted this piece in 2006 at a private worship service. He wanted to communicate God’s heart through this painting.

  8. What are the Techniques?

  9. This picture portrays a woman with her arms up as the chains and cuffs are flying from her wrist. The colors in this piece have a joyful, happy and bright feeling to them when looking at it. You can see the red in the background look like a whirlwind as the artist was trying to portray.

  10. What are the Appeals?

  11. Logos: The painting appeals to logos because the piece has a reason and an idea behind it, which is freedom. • Pathos: The painting appeals to pathos because this piece can appeal to peoples emotions, more over the people who have been bound down or in chains over something in their life and has been set free.

  12. Cite Information: www.elijahlist.com (bottom of page) www.google.com search “Freedom” painting by Gwen Meharg.