The Nude in the 21st Century

Megan Angolia



Paul Barton



Santiago Bejarano



Buck Braden



Buck Braden



Lynn Chen



Lynn Chen



Lynn Chen



Matthew Cook



Matthew Cook



Matthew Cook



Alfredo Decurtis



Evan Degenfelder



Patrick Deshaye



Daniel Gonzalez



Erin Robinson Grant



Uta Fehlhaber-Smith



Jonathan Harkham



Jonathan Harkham



Jordan Hayes



Justyna Kisielewicz



Justyna Kisielewicz



Cindy Lemmon



Erin Libby



Jeffery Mathison



Jason Mayer



James McComas



James McComas



James McComas



Sagan Newham



Ted Nuttall



Jason Pitzl



Karen Rempel



Asher Rose



Seth Rouser



Seth Rouser



De Anne Sbardellati



Karen Schmidt



Karen Schmidt



Chris Sheridan



Emily Stark



Amber Stene



Amber Stene



Amber Stene



Gary Stutler



Gary Stutler



Gary Stutler



Steve Tannenbaum



Brooke Walker-Knoblich



Roger Walkup



Roger Walkup



William Webster



William Webster



William Webster



Efram Wolff



Carol Wood



YIGE XIE



Shanlin Ye



Shanlin Ye


Matthew Cook
(Perrysburg, OH, USA)
Artist Website

Erin, oil on aluminum, 38" x 24"

These works were created as a part of my Master's Thesis show, titled Imago Dei. Imago Dei, or "image of God," is the theological belief originating in Genesis 1:27 that says humanity is created in the image and likeness of God. While this can be taken literally, some theologians argue that, rather than physicality, the image and likeness of God can be found in the soul, the mind or in good, healthy relationships.

It was my goal to create images applying to a type of formula, based on the Imago Dei, utilizing the locations believed to be where the image and likeness of God reside in humanity. These locations can be interpreted into criterion for the paintings as follows: at


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