Imaginative Use of the Arts: Architectural and Visual

Curtis Green

Article Type: Article

Publication Date: 7/1/1985

Issue: Imagination (Vol. 5, No 3, Summer, 1985)

he use of architectural and visual arts in the church requires an understanding of how to achieve clarity, quality, and control with respect to the provocative creativity available to the church. Provocative creativity brings design results to the point of notoriety for architectural interpretations, and newness and beauty in the visual mediums. Notoriety is the recognition by qualified persons evaluating spaces and things of visual nature.

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