name the one

Name the One makes art out of scribbles, mistakes, found images and words of others,in order to convey meaning in a new way.  This show explores the idea that all of the myriad names for God denote the same divine reality.

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LET ME LAUGH INSIDE
In the Polynesian culture, the divine being, Pilirin the Kestral, brought fire back to the people by teaching them to rub sticks together.
28”w x 28”h


MANITOU
The spirit dominating the forces of nature in the Algonquin Indian belief system
7”w x 10”h 


"SHAMS IN ACTUAL SUNLIGHT," Rumi
Rumi's teacher and a contemporary of St. Francis, Sham's name means, "the sun."
The title of this piece is from a Rumi poem.
22”w x 28”h


POSEIDON
Greek god of the sea and the element of water.
18”w x 44”h
 
 
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