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Heal Me! centers on the Gospel Luke, which was written by a physician and focuses on God power to restore us to spiritually, mental and physicial health. Heal Me! contains one hundred and thirty illustrations providing a thumbnail guide symbolizing a passage of Scripture. These works are intended to be a visual guide through the verses and to assist in interpretation and internalization. Ms. Breitenberg's art is a composite of the old and new, the broken and whole, the destroyed and restored, the diminished and disdained withthe delighted and desired. Look closer and observe to find a new vision for an ancient text, awaiting an imagination ready for adventure. For the past four decades, Anita Breitenberg has illustrated versus of Scripture and seeks to broaden the appeal of contemporary Christian art to a wider and diversified audience and present it in a radically provocative manner. Her works have been exhibited in The Museum of Bibical Art in Manhattan, Yale University and the Washington National Cathedral, and are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Bibical Art in Dallas, Texas and Catholic University. Her art was reviewed in the New York Times and appeared on the cover of Commonweal Magazine.

Face It! provides an illustrated version of The Gospel of John as seen through an artist eyes, and gives a thumbnail guide through these passages. The book contains ninty-four works contemporize John's Gospel through symbolic storytelling, bringing a fresh interpretation to scriptures with this series of images. Ms. Breitenberg has illustrated scripture for four decades. While serving with the UN in Bosnia in the mid-nineties, she developed a concern for individuals from different cultures, and sought to find an artistic style appropriate to convey her spiritual journey to an audience with limited exposure to contemporary Christian images. The form of a mandala, representing the universe, was chosen an appropriate structure for spiritual contemplation for a new audience. As a result, the works give an appearance of dream interpretations while stylistically incorporating kaleidoscopes and stained glass windows, respectively representing change and holiness. They are a composite of images old and new, broken and whole, destroyed and restored, and replace diminished and distained with delighted and desired.

​Mark This! provides an illustrated version of The Gospel of Mark as seen through an artist eyes, and gives a thumbnail guide through these passages. The book contains eighty-three works contemporizing Mark's Gospel through symbolic storytelling, bringing a fresh interpretation to scriptures with this series of images. Ms. Breitenberg has illustrated scripture for four decades. While serving with the UN in Bosnia in the mid-nineties, she developed a concern for individuals from different cultures, and sought to find an artistic style appropriate to convey her spiritual journey to an audience with limited exposure to contemporary Christian images. The form of a mandala, representing the universe, was chosen an appropriate structure for spiritual contemplation for a new audience. As a result, the works give an appearance of dream interpretations while stylistically incorporating kaleidoscopes and stained glass windows, respectively representing change and holiness. They are a composite of images old and new, broken and whole, destroyed and restored, and replace diminished and distained with delighted and desired. Ms. Brietenberg's works have been exhibited in Europe and throughout the United States, including Museum of Biblical Art in Manhattan, Yale University and Washington National Cathedral. They are also included in the permanent collections of Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas, Texas, Catholic University and Convergence Church in Alexandria, Virginia. Her art was reviewed in the New York Times and appeared on Commonweal Magazines cover. Ms. Brietenberg seeks to broaden the appeal of contemporary Christian art to a wider and diversified audience and present it in a radical and provoking manner. She lives in Northern Virginia, as do her two children and three grandchildren.

​Way Back! centers on the Gospel of Matthews reference to the Hebrew Bible and Gods provision to a way back to a relations with with Him. Way Back! contains one hundred and thirtynine illustrations providing a thumbnail guide symbolizing a passage of Scripture. These works are intended to be a visual guide through the verses and to assist in interpretation and internalization. Ms. Breitenberg's art is a composite of the old and new, the broken and whole, the destroyed and restored, the diminished and disdained withthe delighted and desired. Look closer and observe to find a new vision for an ancient text, awaiting an imagination ready for adventure. For the past four decades, Anita Breitenberg has illustrated versus of Scripture and seeks to broaden the appeal of contemporary Christian art to a wider and diversified audience and present it in a radically provocative manner. Her works have been exhibited in The Museum of Bibical Art in Manhattan, Yale University and the Washington National Cathedral, and are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Bibical Art in Dallas, Texas and Catholic University. Her art was reviewed in the New York Times and appeared on the cover of Commonweal Magazine.