WISDOM ART GALLERY
Unlocking The Proverbs With Art
"A wise son brings joy to his father, but a foolish son grief to his mother."
This statue's face is like that of a grieving mother. Just as stone subjected to time and weather decomposes, so do the dreams a mother has for her children when they make foolish decisions. Her grief, which starts in the heart, pours out through her eyes.
WHAT IS WISDOM ART GALLERY?
In the book "The Art of Wisdom, Vol. 1", Tammy Lea Fabian brings Proverbs 10-12 to life by using images and riddles that capture the deeper essence and meaning of each proverb. The Wisdom Art Gallery re-creates this into a mobile photographic journey that inspires people toward a deeper understanding of God and His Word.
LEARN ABOUT THE GALLERY
Pictures and images have begun to supplement the learning experience, becoming a primary source of how we obtain knowledge and understanding. We've decided to leverage that principle as we seek to gain understanding and wisdom from God's Word.
Knowledge is so accessible to us that we have lost the understanding of why that knowledge is important. Proverbs are a rich source of the knowledge. When you combine the Proverbs with profound images and riddles, more than just reading them in the Scriptures, you begin to understand them, so you can take hold of wisdom.
We designed our gallery to be mobile, so that we can bring it to you. Whether for a church, a school or even a conference, we can transport the gallery to you, providing a life-giving experience of discovering the wisdom and understanding found in the Scriptures.
TAMMY LEA FABIAN
Tammy is the author of the book "The Art of Wisdom, Vol. 1", which inspired this art gallery. She loves God's Word, and wants others to fall in love with it just the same. She has memorized 25 books of the Bible to date, and believes that using art and stories not only helps enhance the meaning of the Scriptures, but it also brings them to life.
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction."