The Christian Gallery of Art
Ad maiorem Dei gloriam.
Salvation Art / Betesda Christian Gallery of Art.
Betesda is a place for people seeking important content in art. Betesda’s goal is to evangelize through art and create a place where the artist can follow the path of his vocation to proclaim the message entrusted to him by Jesus Christ. Betesda is also a response to the letter of John Paul II to the Artists, which is worth knowing.
Our goal is to create and share art that guides towards God, inspires to do good, moves heart and conscience. Uplifting. Art, which is the voice of morality, stands for the defense of fundamental values and life, Recalls the respect for the dignity of men, women and children. You will find here works of art that encourage reflection, ask questions and raise problems important for people. In the Gallery you will also find a biblical art, hagiographic, proclaiming the Kerygma and the Gospel.
We are present works created by contemporary and recognized artists – both beautiful objects for every home; intimate confessions of faith, helpful in personal prayer, as well as spectacular works that are best found in the space of churches, monasteries and pilgrim homes.
Betesda deals with Christian Sacred Art, proclaiming the Kerygma and the Gospel. In the Gallery, we promote contemporary artists, we deal with consulting, selling, renting and displaying works of art. We promote Christian Artists and art of Christian values. We organize exhibitions, happenings and vernissages. We run artistic, social and charity projects.
Events & Programs
We invite You to paint together with art instructor in Warsaw.
Bring your own painting utensils.
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Jesus is Risen. The next collection will concern the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Our faith would be vain if Christ had not been resurrected.
“For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life. God did not send His Son into the world to condemn it, but to save it” (John 3:16-17).