Lake Junaluska is proud to display "How Distant the Call?" by Ashley Calhoun.
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The Rev. Ashley M. Calhoun, son of Dr. E. Clayton and Frankie M. Calhoun, is a sixth generation Methodist minister, and is a retired ordained minister of The United Methodist Church. He has served in the NY, Troy, and Holston Annual Conferences. The arts have always been an integral part of his ministry. For the past twenty-one years, hea has been creating worship backdrops and altar settings for Stuart Auditorium for use during the Holston Conference sessions, Music and Worship Arts Week, and SEJ Conference sessions, Upper Room Prayer and Bible Conference, and Summer worship at Lake Junaluska. A retrospective of his work was exhibited by the Heritage Center in 2005. Ashley has served as adjunct faculty for the Intentional Growth Center, as well as written the suggestions for visual imagery in the scriptures for each Sunday in the Christian Year in "The Music and Worship Planner." He also wrote the chapter on the Work of the Visual Artist in "Worship Matters." Ashley is married to Paula and they have three sons, Joshua and Matthew Calhoun, and Adam Pierce. The Calhouns now live in the Jonathan Creek area of Waynesville and he works part-time in the SEJ Heritage Center.
Contact the Artist Ashley Calhoun at firstname.lastname@example.org
828-377-0055 or 865-661-1671
Dove Cote Studio - 197 White Oak Road, Waynesville, NC 28785
Ashley M. Calhoun - Artist: acrylic, oil, watercolor/pen and ink, stained glass design, and liturgical art.