Just in time for the Feast of Pentecost (June 5), this series of watercolors went on display at the Queen of Angels Monastery in Mount Angel. The paintings depict four symbols of the Holy Spirit — wind, water, fire and the descent of the dove. Your may visit this Benedictine Monastery weekdays; the painting are in the main hallway. Address: 840 South Main Street in Mount Angel.
Since this past September, I have been leading a monthly discussion group, sponsored by the Shalom Center at the Queen of Angels Monastery in Mt. Angel OR. Called the Creative/Spiritual Life Circle, the group is dedicated to exploring our innate, God-given, inter-connected identifies as creative and spiritual beings. It’s not an art class, not a workshop, not a coaching session — just a conversational exploration of what all this means to our lives.
All are welcome! We convene (Zoom) on the 3rd Saturday of the month. I present a theme, offer some thoughts for reflection — and the group goes from there. Let me know if you’d like more info, or contact the Monastery at www.benedictine-srs.org
Friend Tom Stevens is showing his nature photography at the White Rabbit Bakery on 99E in Aurora. Open Tuesday thru Sunday 8-4.
My friends Heather Andrews and Barry Causey are members of the new Art-O-Maddic Gallery in the Graham Building on N. Grant Street. Open Wednesday thru Sunday 10-6.
Watercolors by Aurora painters Ginny Stevens and Jim Lane are currently gracing the walls at the White Rabbit Bakery on 99E. Beautiful art — and delicious coffee and baked goodies — sure help get us thru the pandemic!