James Romaine

James Romaine
Romaine graduated from Wheaton College with degrees in economics and art history.  He continued his education with a MA in art history from the University of South Carolina and a PhD in art history from The Graduate Center of the City University of New York.  An avid promoter of faith in the arts, Romaine is the co-founder and assistant professor at the New York Center for Arts and Media Studies.  He sits on the board of directors of Christians in the Visual Arts and has written many articles linking faith and art.  His book The Art of Sandra Bowden is a tribute to the woman who helped lead the way for future artists to connect their artwork with their Christian faith.  Romaine continues to teach, write, and study art from his home in New York.

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It Was Good
by Ned Bustard, editor
2nd edition from Square Halo Books
for 10th-Adult
in Creating Culture (Location: XCU-CRE)