Meet Rev. Rose McCurdy and Artist and a Chaplain! She is a wife, mother, painter, dog owner, friend, spiritual companion, bible geek, and yoga novice. She leads her community with a strong heart and a loving touch, providing warmth and compassion.

Rev. Rosie believes that God in Creation of the world and each person left the divine spark of creativity and passion in all things. She seeks to tap into the blessings within ourselves and the beauty of the world around us we can grow in faith and glimpse God in our world.

The artist: Rev. Rosie has always been a person of creativity and deep passion for outdoors and spiritual connections. Mostly she is self taught, and uses her keen eye for simple beauty, deep passion, and creativity to create her work. Following a major medical and emotional change in her life in 2014 she took up watercolor. Which is where she has found her deepest connection with her art and welcomed the movement and freedom watercolor provides. She loves to paint although it is not her only for of artistic expression! Her watercolor and acrylic painting is where she brings to life scripture passages, landscapes, nature, life experiences and mandalas. Rev. Rose is always seeking to grow deeper and is venturing into new art-forms like art journaling, jewelry making, and sewing.

The chaplain: Rose graduated in May of 2012 from Columbia Theological Seminary, she has an Masters of Divinity and is ordination in the Presbyterian Church USA. Receiving 4 units of CPE as a Hospice chaplain and preparing to sit for Board Certification. Rose has provide pastoral support in many settings; hospice, home visitation, nursing homes, summer camp, and education with adults and children ranging in age from 6-102. She has formal training in working with bereavement support for adults and children, Veterans who are struggling with the spiritual wounds of war, and teaching spiritual practices to lay-persons as well as clergy. Rev. Rosie also received a BS is Political Science: Public Administration from the University of the Ozarks in 2008.



Featured exhibition

Reveal your inner self. Show the difference.

Michael Freeman
Adriana Spelling
John McCoist
Mark Johnson
Camala Haddon
Jessica Priston
Robert Johnson
Sam Kromstain

Interesting info

These days with so many individuals living at great distances from each other, photography has become an indispensable form of communication. Due to the growing technological progress we can send images to one another even when being far away. We can showcase the things that surround us daily, the people whom we spend spare time and work with. By means of a photo shoot we can reveal our emotions and share the moments of happiness. In our studio we try hard to make the distance vanish between the loving hearts and families who live in different countries, continents, etc. What can be better than making a person smile when looking at your happy face, even though it’s only a picture?

By means of photography we can recollect our past and connect it with the present. We often say that a picture is worth a thousand words. With the help of camera shots we can literally freeze the moment in our hands. We collect captures in the photo albums or on the hard drives in order to get magically transported into the past while looking trough them. Photography has a truly magical effect on everyone. By looking at it we can recall the scenes from the past in greater details and even hear the voices from those ages.