The series, Deep Waters, features Peter’s hands-on mono-print making process that integrates his decade long artistic practice with the watersheds of the Upper Midwest.
Drawing from items in St. Catherine University’s Adé Bethune Collection, this exhibition commemorates the centennial of the artist, writer, and activist. The exhibition will highlight her contributions to art, especially liturgical art, and social action initiatives.
Baya Clare made this series of woodcuts about 15 years ago in the context of an independent study course in printmaking that she took at St. Kate’s while working on a master’s degree in theology. They were gouged raw from pinewood blocks, which was a difficult, but also satisfying and healing in the way that major griefs can be.
Tracks in the Snow offers an insightful glimpse into the lives and rich contributions of this community. Portraits and stories of 25 individuals, told in their own words, invite you to learn more about the Muslims who have made Minnesota their home for more than a century.
The artistry, beauty, intricacy, and care of God is all around us, showing us the glories of our creator. We have only to stop, get out of our own ways, and let the extravagance of creation teach us the pattern of God’s ways.
“These works are prayers in visual form. During times of grief, suffering, contemplation, hope, and peace, I see the colorful birds of El Salvador’s folk art as symbols of the soul and a continual source of inspiration. The spirit of the paloma in this work represents the soul of my child, my self, my people, and my ancestors.