The PEACE Center was built on Saddleback’s campus in 2012 in order to give basic resources, such as food, medical care, and tutoring to the greater community in need. Through the efforts of Ex Creatis, every room of the PEACE Center has been filled with works that are rich in beauty and creativity. The PEACE Center strives to be more than a pragmatic help to the community, but also to provide food for the long run, to fill and replenish the soul. Art is a physical expression of this, as it is beyond one’s immediate practical needs, but at the same time is so important for our total well-being.
“Beauty lets us see and reach for something beyond ourselves.”
—Roberta Ahmanson, international arts patron and philanthropist.
These vibrant works have been gathered here for one purpose: To contribute to The PEACE Center’s mission to be a holistic service to the community.
Artists who have donated their work to this ongoing and rotating exhibition include:
AJ Ranson, Amber Johnson, Dan Callis, Evan Ap Roberts, Ryan Callis, Gene Jimenez, Gina Davidson, Jason Leith, Jim Dobbs, John Szabo, Lauren Wilk, Lesley Grainger, Maria Craig, Michael Mckee, Nathan Huff, Pam Meek, Susan Unoura, Yorgo, Christine Saliba, Jerome Gastaldi, Carlos Velasco.
If you have any questions about particular works please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To be a community that disciples, equips, and sends-out artists that better understand their calling, influence, and impact. This transformational creative community makes the Bride of Christ more beautiful and gives the world a better understanding and view of God.