Revelation Illustrated

Precept Camden is currently studying the book of Revelation using this workbook written by Kay Arthur as a guide. As we study this incredible book, part of the learning process has been to draw – or attempt to draw – some of the scenes described by the Apostle John. This is a helpful study tool that aids in the retention of information. However, few of us have created beautiful works of art that we would be proud to show to others, much less hang on our walls. It is a study tool and not much else.

But there is someone who has created stunning works of art illustrating various scenes from the book of Revelation. Pat Marvenko Smith has interpreted the visions of Revelation and created vivid, imaginative illustrations of various scenes. They are available for sale as fine art prints, a cd (which can be used to create power point presentations), and even a dvd. Visit the website Revelation Illustrated to view the artwork or to purchase products.


5 thoughts on “Revelation Illustrated

  1. Pat, How exciting that your art is now published in a book! Thank you for using your gift for the glory of God. Your Revelation art has added so much to our study. God bless you!

  2. I have just started leading a group in this exciting in Durban South Africa. we are looking forward to seeing God’s blessing to each of the participants, Thanks for a great website.

  3. Debbie, God bless you as you study and teach Revelation. It’s an awesome book. Feel free to listen to our recorded class discussions here at on the Listen Here page. All of us learned so much from this incredible book. Blessings to all of my brothers and sisters in Christ in Durban, South Africa!

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