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Where Vision,Thought and Imagination are woven together through the divine inspiration of Scripture. Artwork inspired by God’s own sovereign design.

Being an artist and understanding the power of all forms of the artistic pallet, I believe art sheds a positive light on the human condition more so than any religious dogma. It doesn’t start with the need to condemn nor judge and is neutral by its very nature. Sure art can be used both as a positive and a negative influence but art was never meant to be worshiped, just appreciated on its own merits. True artists such as William Shakespeare transcend the boundaries of the religious dogma and better illuminate the human condition and spirit with such words and thoughts as these.

“All the world’s a stage, And all men and women are merely player’s: They have their exits and entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts"

(As you Like It II.7)

Art and inspiration is revealed through many forms. My artistic expression is experienced through my faith and belief in Jesus Christ.

James Robert Kessler 2006/2014

"I would rather know a fearful truth than remain deceived by comforting falsehoods."


As they have dared, so shall I dare. Dare to tell the truth!

Santa's Silent Night

“Santa’s Silent Night”

An Introduction:

Oh the joy and wonderment of the holiday season. We love singing carols and dreaming of a “White Christmas,” decorating the tree, exchanging gifts and celebrating family customs and tradition. At times we become so occupied and busy preparing for the celebration we lose focus of all the beauty and magic associated with it.

And as we grow older the magic of this Holy season tends to get buried in routine and commercialism. Yet what if when you least expect it something occurs that that opens your eyes to another dimension of this season. A realm of seemingly impossibilities, a realm where angel’s dwell and entertain us mere mortals once in a while?

This is the simple story of a “mall” Santa and a portrait of a dream. A holy moment and encounter that assists us in discovering our inner child all over again. Those days of our youth when we believed all things were possible and miracles were common place.  This is the “once upon a time” moment and charm of…


“Santa’s Silent Night.”



James Robert Kessler c2014