MOFSA Announces 2018 Spiritual Art Grant Program

We are delighted to announce our first grant program for artists who see the world from a spiritual perspective and who seek to express their view of the transcendent in their artwork. The recipient should already have some body of work in this direction and a desire to create more. The recipient will be awarded a $10,000 grant to be presented at the opening of an exhibit of Spiritual Art at the Awaken Gallery in Mount Holly, NC in September, 2018. The grant recipient will create a new work to be unveiled at the exhibit.

Artists may apply for this grant at the CaFE ( website. Deadline for submission is December 31, 2017, and a grant recipient will be announced on February 1, 2018.

MOFSA Awards First Grant

The Marianne Oberg Foundation for Spiritual Art is pleased to announce the award of its first grant, in the amount of $2100, to Anne Klaus of Charlotte, North Carolina. The grant will support the creation of the children’s book, Emmalina and Papa’s Healing Hands. This spiritually inspired book lightly and playfully introduces the idea of energy and light as witnessed through “Papa’s healing hands.” The grant will support the commission of artwork for the book and initial self-publishing.

We wish Anne every success in her endeavor and look forward to the publication of the book, projected for March, 2018.

MOFSA Established

Marianne Oberg Foundation for Spiritual Art was established as a nonprofit charitable corporation in North Carolina.  Its mission is to inspire, encourage and support the creation of spiritual art. The mission will be pursued through grants to artists and support of exhibits.