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From the Annunciation to his Second Coming, 35 insightful and colorful interpretations of the birth, ministry, passion, ascension, and return of the Lord are masterfully portrayed by 13 artists from a variety of artistic and ethnic backgrounds. Among the works selected in this show by curator, Sandra Bowden, are: Laura James, New York artist of Antiguan heritage; Viera Hlonikova, from Slovakia; Rudolph Bostic, an African American outsider artist from Savannah, Georgia; Sadao Watanabe from Japan; Anne Brink, a Minnesota fabric artist; Jim Janknegt, from Texas; and several well known CIVA artists such as Edward Knippers, Bruce Herman, Tanja Butler, Nancy Goes, Wayne Forte, John August Swanson and Joan Bohlig.


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Janknegt
Joyous Mystery #1:
The Annunciation
Butler
Mary and Elizabeth
Bohlig Annunciation
Annunciation
with Luke 2:7
Bohlig Nativity
Nativity with Luke 2:7
Bohlig ShepherdsShepherds in the Field with Luke 2:10
Bohlig Shepherds Find Him
Shepherds Find Him
with Luke 2:12,16
Bohlig Wisemen
Wise Men Seek Him
with Matthew 2:1,11
Bohlig FlightFlight to Egypt with Matthew 2:13-15 GoesMadonna and Child #1 Butler
Nativity with Candles
Swanson detailPresentation in the Temple (detail)
Watanabe
Baptism
BosticTemptation of Jesus
JamesThe Marriage at Cana (detail)
JamesFeeding the 5000
Brink
Samaritan Woman
at the Well
Bostic
Jesus Walks on Water
Swanson
The Good Samaritan (detail)
James
The Man Born Blind
(detail)
Watanabe
The Good Shepherd
Knippers
The Return of the
Prodigal Son
Hlonikova
Transfiguration
BrinkEntry into Jerusalem Bostic
Last Supper (detail)
HlonikovaFoot Washing
Butler
Gethsemane
ButlerTrial Unknown Kuna artist
Jesus Carrying the Cross
Unknown Kuna artistJesus Nailed
to the Cross
Herman
Crucifixion:
The Sixth Hour
ForteDeposition I Knippers
Flag of Victory
BosticAscension Janknegt
The Return
BosticChrist's Reign in Glory (detail)
         
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