God created. The Personal God who has always existed has always been creative. The evidence of His creativity we are able to see, day by day, all of our lives - the variety of notes in birdsongs . . . in woods, jungles, along lakeshores and mountain streams, and then we hear them copied in wind and string instruments.
Does the Bible rule out creativity as an unspiritual thing? Think of all of the marvelous things which God commanded to be made for the tabernacle, and for the Temple. The exact directions given to Moses for the tabernacle, and to Solomon for the Temple, included fantastic artworks - and meant that people needed to have the creative skills to produce these things.
It should not surprise us to read of the wonderful embroidery, silverwork, pure gold candlesticks, and bowls in these metals made with marvelous designs of almonds, with branches and flowers specified in the design. Someone had to weave the fine linen. Someone had to embroider with the "cunning work" . . . Someone made the veil for the Temple. Someone made the wonderful robes for the priests. Beauty, as well as spiritual meaning, was combined in God's given pattern.
-- Edith Schaeffer, What Is A Family?