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Updated: January 14, 2023 @ 8:16 pm

The Princeton Art Guild has announced that “Soar,” an exhibit of butterfly paintings and hand-painted PrayerSilks is on exhibit in the Charles Alvin Lisanby Gallery at the guild during January and February.
According to a news release from the guild, Christian artist Barbie Hunt has been creating art for more than 40 years, including pottery, paintings, collage works on paper, assemblage on wood and hand-painted PrayerSilks.
Hunt holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting and sculpture and two Master of Arts degrees in Ceramics and in English Literature. Her creative journey has also included 10 years as a production potter when she owned Pennyroyal Pottery. She served as founding director of the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts in Madisonville for nine years, and now owns Barbie Hunt Studio next door to the Main Street Prayer Center and Healing Rooms, where she is director along with her husband, Rush.
Hunt’s work in silk has become an online company, PrayerSilks. Her works of art are in many corporate and private collections, her pottery is in the cabinets and PrayerSilks on the shoulders of people around the world. Her work is currently exhibited at Gather at BLUE 21 at 35 N. Main St. and in her studio at 113 E. Center St., both of which are in Madisonville.
“Art making is a creative process that has become for me an experience of prayer. I am not thinking about what to do as much as what I am doing; and in that, it is the spirit connected with Holy Spirit,” Hunt said, in the news release.
“I paint with music that influences my direction. Worship becomes action in color and line, design and material. Creating is a process of experiment, challenges, movement and change; like life, it has beautiful surprises.”
“PrayerSilks are hand-painted by me on raw hand-hemmed Habotai silk. From preparing the silk dye to washing the silk before painting, the process begins with worship and prayer. Each step has become a symbol of what happens when we pray,” Hunt continued.
“PrayerSilks are a tangible way to connect us with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. When we pray, we choose to come as we are and submit ourselves to the work of Holy Spirit. The silk submits to the brush and the dye to become a new work, a new prayer.”
Everyone is invited to attend an artist reception on Sunday, Jan. 15 at the Guild House. The reception is scheduled for 2-3:30 p.m. with Sean Mestan providing live music during the event.
The Princeton Art Guild is located at 115 E. Main St. in Princeton.
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