​As an up and coming emerging artist Morgan's  work can be characterized as impressionistic and sometimes abstract. Her inspiration comes from the planes and forms of what she perceives as powerful feminine figures such as, Misty Copeland and Nykor Paul. She is fascinated by the shapes and shadows of physical forms and seeks to capture that rich texture in her work. Her subjects are varied and the body of her work consists of figure studies of planes and forms. Morgan strives to express the contoured lines, planes and forms using a palette of similar colors that engages her imagination . Her work is vibrant, dramatic, colorful and powerful, evoking a visceral reaction from her viewers.

​Morgan Dalia Peterson

All of Morgan Dalia Peterson's art is now on sale --40% off!

Misty Eyed             $650

Love is        $400

I am Woman  $400

In the Hallway...

​Art speaks to the soul and creating art can be a practice that enhances contemplation and thoughtful living. The process of creating opens our mind and feeds our spirit. It can be a part of journey of self discovery. 

Join us as we present the contemplative art of Karen Campbell. 
Karen Perrell Campbell is an experienced coach, artist and entrepreneur who has been working with individuals and organizations for over 15 years. She has worked with the complexities and shadow material of her own. Exploring her life stories and unraveling experiences through a multifaceted approaches encompassing the practice of creativity and contemplation. She uses intuitive, creative and linear processes to support her journey and yours. She wor6ks with collage, photography, mandalas, and flow painting to explore and enhance her spiritual journey. 

Karen shares her work with us beginning September 8. The exhibit is hung in our library and an opening reception will be held on September 8 from 6:00 to 9:00. The artist will speak of her journey and the process of art as contemplation at 7:00. 

Join us that evening to celebrate art as an expression of spirit.

In the Main Gallery...

In the Library...

Center for Faith & the Arts


Gallery Hours

2nd Friday of each month,

6-9 pm and


3-6 pm 

 or by appointment 

call to schedule for both individuals and groups