Keith Negley – Christianity Today

 

Here is something in this month’s issue of Christianity Today about the autobiography by Barnabas Mam, a communist who had an encounter with faith in Cambodia during those turbulent times in the 70s. He managed to discover and develop a strong christian following all behind the fences of a concentration camp. The book mentions church farming, which is a term I wasn’t familiar with, along with the nightly executions and interrogations and I wanted the art to reflect the guilt and trauma this man endured. Thanks to Gary Gnodovic for the great assignment. Below is the approved sketch.

About Keith Negley

Keith Negley is an award winning illustrator based in Seattle, WA. His work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Communication Arts, 3x3, Creative Quarterly and Lurzer’s Archive Best 200 Illustrators among others. To see more visit keithnegley.com

2 comments

  1. Such a nice light graceful touch on this piece.

  2. Kyle T. Webster

    Another winner, Keith.

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