Atmosphere design created with the Spirit brings in a completely different dynamic. People become drawn to ask for the very thing a painting or sculpture was prayerfully made to release. Yet, this happens without an obvious explanation being given as to what the artwork is carrying. The results are awe inspiring! We have watched the Spirit supernaturally light up a sculpture, bring healing through encounters with the message in a painting, a dance or through poetry. We have watched in wonder as God continually releases signs and wonders around the growing progression of such exploration.
Impartation is the transference of spiritual things from one person to another. It means to make known, to tell, to relate, disclose, communicate, to impart knowledge. So we can impart or give away what has been given to us in different ways, in a spiritual transaction. We sometimes presume this is only for inside the church, but Jesus went out and laid hands on the sick, calmed the storm and converted water into wine (people, nature and matter). Therefore, just as Paul transferred spiritual anointing through handkerchiefs (Acts 19:11-12), we are able to impart what we hold into the creative works we form, in alliance with the Spirit, effecting change in a person or environment through grace. Testimony is a great example of this. It is an impartation through words, or the telling of a story that can transfer power for hope and faith for change and healing.