Welcome to Artturgical, where art and liturgy collide!


What is Liturgical Art?

Also known as Sacred Art, Liturgical Art is any art form which speaks the Word of God. This can include small illustrations that focus on religious symbolism, large paintings that detail the stories of the Bible, hand made ceramic communion chalices, and more!

Why is Liturgical Art important?

The visual arts and the Church have a shared history that is rich and storied. It has played an important role in the instruction and enrichment of God’s people, and offers a form of communication which transcends language barriers. It moves and inspires viewers young and old.

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Hillary Asbury is a Southern California based Liturgical Artist and Illustrator. She started working professionally at age sixteen and is featured in private collections throughout the United States. She spent a year living in Florence, Italy where she studied painting and drawing at the Accademia di belle arti di Firenze. Her work has been exhibited locally and internationally. Visit www.hillaryasbury.com to learn more, view her portfolio, and subscribe to her newsletter.