Art Gallery

St. Paul’s Monastery Gallery

BENEDICTINES HAVE ALWAYS ENCOURAGED ARTISTS TO EXPRESS THE BEAUTY ONE EXPERIENCES IN ENCOUNTERING GOD THROUGH ONE'S OWN CREATIVITY. Their work contributes to keeping us mindful of God’s abiding presence. St. Paul’s Monastery Art Gallery, with the support of related programming through the Benedictine Center, seeks ways to cultivate the sacramental sense that infuses religiously-themed art and to deepen the role of art as a formative part of Christian life and discipleship. The gallery is open 9a-6p daily.


Current Exhibit

Magnificat: The Visual Music of Robyn Sand Anderson

open 9a-69 daily thru May 1

In this interpretation of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt's “Magnificat and Sieben Antiphonen," the artist leans deeply into its choral mastery. As she listens to voices raised in song, she sees color, movement and texture. She then lets the paint dance and move across paper or canvas, listening for nuance, rhythm and tone. Pärt's lyrics deepen each interpretation.

Upcoming Exhibits

Call for Artists

Participate in the Juried Exhibit

The Art and Spirituality Team of St. Paul’s Monastery invites all artists to submit sacred art for the 2018 Seeing God Juried Exhibit. Click to learn more.



Submit an Art Exhibit Proposal

The Benedictine Center accepts art exhibit proposals from up until February 15 of each year. Click to learn more.

Exhibit Archives


“I am moved every time I walk in these doors and encounter a new exhibit.”


“I am an artist who just moved to town. I have found my people.”