"In Tune"

“In Tune”. Painted live at Walnut Hill Community Church, Bethel, CT to the opening sermon series “Find Your Groove” by lead pastor Adam DePasquale. December 30, 2018. 32 x 19.75”. Acrylic on wooden Panel.  We all know what it feels like to be in dissonance with the Lord, walking “out of tune” with God’s Spirit in our daily lives. On the other hand, we hopefully have all experienced moments of deep resonance with the Lord- when everything feels like it is in harmony with God’s plan. This painting was created to remind Walnut Hill Community Church to “Find Your Groove”, and be aware that in each season of our ever-changing lives, we need to perpetually, pliably, and prayerfully tune our hearts to the divine frequency of God’s will. Bryn Gillette painted this image live during the opening message of the series at the Bethel campus during the preaching of lead pastor Adam DePasquale. The tuning keys of the bass guitar at the top are a metaphor of our need to adjust our hearts to stay in tune. Waves of sound frequency, color spectrum, and the “Find Your Groove” pulsing graphic visualize the changing melodies of life's seasons. The atomic sphere captures a prayerful revelation that took place between Bryn and guest speaker Jameson Parker: May God’s frequency so permeate our lives through prayer that we vibrate with His very purposes in every pore, every cell of our body, every atomic particle in tune with the divine resonance.

“In Tune”. Painted live at Walnut Hill Community Church, Bethel, CT to the opening sermon series “Find Your Groove” by lead pastor Adam DePasquale. December 30, 2018. 32 x 19.75”. Acrylic on wooden Panel.

We all know what it feels like to be in dissonance with the Lord, walking “out of tune” with God’s Spirit in our daily lives. On the other hand, we hopefully have all experienced moments of deep resonance with the Lord- when everything feels like it is in harmony with God’s plan. This painting was created to remind Walnut Hill Community Church to “Find Your Groove”, and be aware that in each season of our ever-changing lives, we need to perpetually, pliably, and prayerfully tune our hearts to the divine frequency of God’s will. Bryn Gillette painted this image live during the opening message of the series at the Bethel campus during the preaching of lead pastor Adam DePasquale. The tuning keys of the bass guitar at the top are a metaphor of our need to adjust our hearts to stay in tune. Waves of sound frequency, color spectrum, and the “Find Your Groove” pulsing graphic visualize the changing melodies of life's seasons. The atomic sphere captures a prayerful revelation that took place between Bryn and guest speaker Jameson Parker: May God’s frequency so permeate our lives through prayer that we vibrate with His very purposes in every pore, every cell of our body, every atomic particle in tune with the divine resonance.