Creating art for the One who created us.  In this course, students will create art as an expression of worship.  Students will review art basics such as the elements of art, color theory and composition, as well as explore the world of mixed media art through collaging, mark making, mono printing, and many other fun techniques that will add texture and depth to their work.  Weekly scripture and devotional prompts will help guide students to express their love for God in their art.  By the end of this course students will not only have a completed handmade art journal, but will have 5 to 6 pieces of art that created by them or in collaboration with the other students.

This course is designed for students with varied skill and experience in art that have a true desire to worship the Lord in all that they do.

15 seats available for the Spring 2018 semester of this course; apply now!

$275 price for semester (payment plans available, please contact us here for more details)


Meet the instructor:


Carmon Sanchez-Buster

Carmen Sánchez-Buster is a wife, mother, sister, friend, artist and worshiper.  Carmen was born and raised in a God fearing home and is grateful for the opportunities she's had to work for His kingdom. In 2013, Carmen rekindled her passion for art via Art Journaling and Mixed Media art, which has been key in her personal devotion with the Lord. She enjoys painting and sculpting, but her first love is drawing with charcoals and pastel chalks. 

Carmen is humbled to have been asked to participate in such an amazing program. Carmen received her Bachelor of Art in Fine Arts in 2002 from Rutgers University. She is excited to bring with her over 20 years of experience, as both an instructor and leader working with children and youth ranging in ages from 4 yrs - 15 yrs.  She recently completed her tenure as Director of Children's ministry at Refuge of God Church in Oviedo.  

By day, she is an administrative professional in Education and is currently the Administrative Assistant for Student Development at Valencia College.  She and her husband Alberto live in Oviedo with their three energetic and sweet boys, Brian, Ethan and Jonathan and their lovable dog S'mores.