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Fine Art Painter and Ceramic Sculptrice

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Sierra Dante Atelier 
Sierra Dante was born in Minnesota in 1969. She graduated with a Master's degree in Architecture, but her love has always been for Art. She lives in Scottsdale, Arizona and Castlenaud-la-Chapelle, France with husband and four farm cats. She enjoys experimenting with allegorical themes, including figurative, floral, animals and vibrant color in her paintings. She is influenced by many of the great saints, theologians, philosophers and painters. However, she continues to seek Truth and sees God's hand in everything beautiful. With His guidance, she tries to stay present, enjoying the freshness of the paint while capturing the light. Sierra enjoys painting in oil and sculpt in ceramic clay. Sierra is pursing a second Master's in Sacred Art at Pontifex...

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Scottsdale, AZ 85255
United States

Galleries

Sacred Art 10 items
Spirituality I am currently working on The Goddesses of Florida series which is my hip version of Roman Goddesses like Venus, Ceres and Diana. I wonder how these colorful goddesses would interact with the natural world in Florida. In celebration of life, these strong beauties get to protect, nurture and honor nature in ways I can only dream.
Still Life 6 items
Figurative 10 items
Ceramic Sculpture Ceramic Sculpture
Landscapes 4 items

Blog

The Holy Family
The Holy Family oil on canvas 30 x 30” One of my favorite paintings of the Baroque period is by Guido Reni. His famous painting of Saint Joseph and the Infant Jesus (1620c.) is recognizable by many Catholics. The church often depicted Joseph as an elderly man as if to prove his virtue but many believe he was much younger, full of grace, vigor and very virtuous.

City of God vs City of Man
City of God vs City of Man The Battles of the Church from Antiquity to the Present Timothy S. Flanders does a remarkable historical dive; weaving philosophy, theology, history and good old fashioned story telling. Profound and important to everyone especially Catholics.

What would Plato say? Woke Ideology Is a Psychological Disorder
What would Plato say? Woke Ideology Is a Psychological Disorder Edward Feser.... The significance of Plato’s famous Allegory of the Cave. The cave dwellers are chained in such a way that they can see nothing but shadowy images on the wall cast by statues and flickering flames. The statues are representations of everyday objects outside the cave (dogs, cats, trees, and so on).

Can a Thomist reason to God a priori?
Can a Thomist reason to God a priori? Feast Day of St Thomis Aquinas (March 7) A priori knowledge, as modern philosophers use the term, is knowledge that can be gained independently of sensory experience. Aquinas famously rejected Anselm’s argument, and Thomists have tended to follow him in doing so. It might seem that they are thereby committed to rejecting the possibility of reasoning to God’s existence a priori .

LOGOS IS RISING
There has never been a time when there was nothing, because if there were ever nothing, there could never be something. There has never been a time when there was nothing but chaos. Order cannot come from chaos, because that which is cannot come from that which is not. There has never been a time when man was not aware of an ultimate reality upon which he depended for his existence. The first name man gave to that ultimate reality was God.

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