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Souls Shot: National Recognition
From the Episcopal Church & Visual Arts national publication "Member News" of May 2, 2018:

Souls Shot - Portraits of Victims of Gun Violence
An Exhibition held the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral during April 2018

The statistics are relentless and disturbing. The details are gruesome and troubling. The destructive nature of gun violence is evident every single day. Obscured by the numbers are the lives lost, the lives destroyed.
The artists participating in Souls Shot: Portraits of Victims of Gun Violence were matched with families and friends of victims, or, in some cases, artists already had personal connections with victims. The artists set out to illuminate the lives of these victims. These portraits represent only a very small fraction of the people affected by this epidemic of gun violence. 
~ Souls Shot: Portraits of Victims of Gun Violence

A documentary film tells the story here -- visit online Souls Shot documentary film.

Laura Madeleine is Director and Curator of the Souls Shot: Portrait Project, in partnership with the 'Heeding God's Call to End Gun Violence' project. For more information visit online at soulsshotportraitproject.org.
 
Current Art: All Are Ciphers

POLLOCK PHOTO

All Are Ciphers:  New Paintings by Bruce Pollock   
from May 3 to June 30
   
Artist Statement:
The new series of 13 paintings in this exhibition All Are Ciphers explores specific patterns that reoccur throughout nature. They are ciphers that reveal a deeper ordering of the natural world hidden beneath its apparent surface. They have been painted from direct observation, but if the subjects were too distant or temporal to be observed, they were painted from photographs. These patterns that I observe are a constant source of inspiration. Because although they are ever-present to everyone, they are usually unnoticed. 

As an artist, my concern is to reveal the marvelous diversity and complexity in the natural world to the viewer and express my awe of the intelligence found in nature’s design. 

Viewing Hours:  Monday - Friday  
11:30 am - 1 pm
Other times by appointment.

Visit the artist's website:  brucepollock.com
Jerry DiFalco
DiFalcoJERRY DIFALCO in ANGLICAN THEOLOGICAL REVIEW

Cathedral member and Episcopal Church and Visual Arts (ECVA) Artist Jerry DiFalco represents ECVA in the Winter 2017 Issue of Anglican Theological Review with his intaglio/aquatint titled 'Durham Cathedral, Winter Scene." Visit Jerry Di Falco online.

The Anglican Theological Review is a quarterly journal of theological reflection in the spirit of sound learning that has been the hallmark of Anglican divinity. Visit Anglican Theological Review online. 
 
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