I enjoy ancient religious poetry such as some of the ancient Greek works - the opening verses of the Iliad still work after all these millennia - or the Song of Songs.
Also, more modern devotional works like the various lists of hundred or thousand names of Indian deities, such as Kali.
Some more recent poetic works like the Baha'i "Tablet of the Wondrous Maiden", or Crowley's "Hymn to Pan" are very evocative, too, in my opinion.
And I like certain types of religiously-themed music. Examples would be "The Sacrificial Universe" by John Zorn, or many of the Songs of Leonard Cohen, such as "Who by Fire", or "You want it Darker". I don't like pipe organ music, but a choir can be heartrendingly beautiful. I had the opportunity once to listen to an English cathedral choir.
In my own meditative practice, I sometimes use various "noise tracks", some by people I have a connection to, other ones randomly generated or found on the internet. The band "sunn o)))" I recently discovered, and love their tracks of a single chord drawn out over many minutes.
I'm not that much into religious paintings, or sculptures, though I sometimes enjoy the sheer nerdy pleasure of discovering a saint's or deity's attributes and aspects. But in general, I prefer other subjects in figurative art.
Sacred Geometry is fun to do, but I find it doesn't lead to satisfying proportions or patterns - most of sacred geometry is just ugly in my eyes. The Golden Section being a notable exception.
Dance - some of the most graceful dance I ever saw, was a traditional Southeast Asian performance of an Indian classical Epic.
So yes, I appreciate a variety of religious art, come to think of it. Thanks for this thread!