Art House America
Art House America, a 501(c)3 non-profit, was founded by Charlie and Andi Ashworth to promote the vision of a seamless life of Christian discipleship and imaginative living, cultivating creative community for the common good. For over 25 years, their country church home was the setting for this work. In 2016, Nathan and Cassie Tasker became the new directors of Art House America, seeking to continue the work of promoting people and earth care, communicating the worth and necessity of all vocations, and the grateful enjoyment of life and an honest acknowledgement of its sorrows.
Art House America has grown to include to include Art House North (directed by Troy and Sara Groves), and Art House Dallas (directed by Marissa Delcambre). Together, all three houses seek to encourage an artful, faithful life, shaped and formed by the cities they serve.
Some great writings on and around the artful, faithful life can be found below.
Art House America Blog - The blog existed to promote a seamless life of Christian discipleship and imaginative living, the worth and necessity of all vocations, and the promotion of people and earth care – in short, what the Ashworth's call “the artful, faithful life.” Art House America continues to make this library of inspired writing available to all those involved with Art House Dallas, Art House Nashville and Art House North in St. Paul – as well any and all that may discover it.
The Writer and the Husband Blog - THE WRITER & THE HUSBAND is brought to you by Andi Ashworth and Charles W. Ashworth (the musician professionally known as Charlie Peacock). The Ashworth's are published authors and contributors to a wide range of books and periodicals. The couple co-founded Art House America in 1991, a non-profit created to inspire a seamless life of Christian discipleship and imaginative living.