Uncover The Color is a group of artists who are passionate about experience. Through tactile metaphors, interactive art pieces and reflective spaces we hope to help people engage with the deeper reality of thoughts, ideas, moments and relationships.
Work on Uncover The Color began in 2008 with the launch of uncoverthecolor.com in 2009. The first iteration of the website featured high quality stock art (photos, video, graphics and audio) at affordable prices. It was – and still is – our desire to provide a platform for talented artists – whose work reflects the deep creative heart of God – to challenge and encourage people into honest expression and authentic experiences.
Since the beginning of 2009 to the present, the platform we have been given to create interactive experiences has continued to increase. As a result, in 2011, we modified the website to feature our interactive experiences.
We have plans to one day relaunch the stock section of the site with a renewed emphasis on context and application.
These are the things that we desire to define our products and our processes:
Our artists are called to the deepest level of creativity – one that reflects the necessity of process. It’s our desire that the experiences we create reflect the willingness of the artist and participant to engage deeply. Our artists will work longer and harder to create projects that not only inspire, but connect people to the heart of God.
This is the foundation of Uncover the Color. Whether it’s our graphic designers or the artists we send out onto the road, we desire to connect with and challenge those around us. Even though our designers live hundreds of miles from one another and those we send out onto the road are only in one place for a short time, we are committed to being present physically, mentally and spiritually in every moment in hopes of loving well.
It’s our desire that our work will inspire others to create. We don’t want others to simply emulate. It’s our hope that our art would communicate something of the deep spiritual connection between the artist and the Creator and that others would, in turn, desire to connect with God.