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Saturday Art Share: The Art of Terri Churchill

A review by Dan Kent

I’m a big fan of Terri Churchill’s art.

There is fire in her light.

What gets illuminated was meant to be illuminated.

Darkness is always present, but always knows its place.

Every living thing is a vessel of peace.

There’s no smugness or harshness in even the most righteous of her people.

And there is both joy and sadness in every piece:


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