You can find much of the art represented in the LIFE IN REVIEW: An Interactive Guide to Deconstructing Faith Toward Hope in print products on Scott Scrivner's Society6 Store. Also, you can find links to some of the additional artists and artwork below.



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ali cavanaugh

I first found Ali's work on instagram and have been fascinated ever since.  I used 'Erosion' with her permission. Thank you so much Ali! Check out her amazing work: And pick up one (or more) of her amazing prints and paintings in her store.



Chris Castro

A fellow Oklahoma City creative - but this friend is immensely talented in so many ways. His skill is admired. But this guy is genuinely one of the most generous and kind dudes I know. He's emerged recently as the co-owner and head chef at The Kitchen at Commonplace (Their BOOKS + FOOD + COFFEE = pure heaven). You'll thank me when you follow his instagram. And when you eat his food. He did this illustration for one of our Interactive Stations of the Cross on Good Friday years ago. The work has stuck with me since. Thank you Chris for letting me use this in the book!



chad beroth

I bet I came across Chad Beroth's work over ten years ago. There was something especially jarring about his piece, Gabi's World, that still draws me in. When I began writing, I knew I had to include this work in my content. I am so glad he gave me permission to use it in my book.

Go take a look at his art, there is a wide range of captivating work that he continues to put out.  He also curates the Delurk Gallery.

Give him a follow on instagram as well.



Loren O'Laughlin + Kyle Taylor

Loren O'Laughlin and Kyle Taylor painted as Rockwagon from 2007 to 2012. Their facebook page reads, "Their process involved building out a composition simultaneously." I first met these two talented artists in the Plaza District of Oklahoma City. They submitted a live piece in a city-wide art show that was themed around the season of Lent. The did their work, Peeping Thomas, inspired by The Incredulity of Saint Thomas by Caravaggio. I appreciate so much their willingness for me to include it in my book. Peeping Thomas has been the subject of a valuable reflection practice that we developed in Convergence Community since the time of that art show.



matthew scrivner

Matthew has found a love for photography through his academic pursuit within an arts emphasizing high school experience. He and his sister are often trading off moments with the camera during our wandering hikes in the mountains and lazy days at the beach. Matthew has entered and won awards in several high school photography exhibitions. I couldn't resist using some of his work in my book. You can also check out some of his photography available as prints. 

Matthew's Prints



meredith scrivner

From hand-lettering, to iPad sketches, to bullet journals, and cards for friends, she is constantly exploring different avenues for her creativity to shine. She loves picking up the camera and getting close-up perspectives on flowers and trees during our family vacations. Once again, I couldn't resist adding her work to my book. You can also get a few of her images as prints. 

Meredith's Prints