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February 15, 2004 (Arts and Faith Sunday)
LCH’s Annual Arts and Faith Sunday is an opportunity to celebrate the role of the arts in shaping, expressing, and enriching our faith. This celebration on Sunday, February 15, included special music, poetry, drama, and displays of visual arts as we explored the theme “arts and faith.”
Over twenty members and friends shared their visual creative work. Numerous displays ringed the courtyard, hung from the rafters, and extended into the church. We all enjoyed the range of artistic expression—including drawings, paintings, woodwork, photography, and many craft media—a selected sample of which is shown here.
Stained glass panels of tropical flora frame a bonsai ponytail palm. Pastel/pencil portraits and an oil landscape are shown below (artists: Randy Castello, Jimmy Castro, Gayle Shine, Kelly Sueda).
Dragons and fish, houses and storms—drawings and paintings by LCH children contributed a special touch of spontaneity, color, and charm.
LCH Writers’ Workshop poets shared their work by posting on the bulletin board. Poems were displayed that Sunday by Robert G. Ahlstrom, James F. Cartwright, Donald K. Johnson, Fritz Fritschel, Jean-Paul Klingebiel, Kathryn Klingebiel, Arlene Buss, and Nedra Walker.
The great variety of needle crafts included hardinger, sequined applique, knitting, needlepoint, and quilting (artists: Linda Mizuno, Katherine Crosier, Stepha Miller, Biz Person, the LCH In Stitches Group).
Wooden toys—model boats and a bulldozer; wooden fish inhabiting a tree-root reef; watercolors with finely nuanced colors and shapes; small acrylic paintings creating their own worlds (artists: Greg Myers, David Hormann, Kelly Sueda).
Other artists who participated in Arts and Faith Sunday but whose work is not shown on this page were Fritz Fritschel, Carolyn Ishikawa, Meena Ishikawa, Carolyn Koehler, Carol Langner, Linda Miller, April Smith, Georgine Stark, and Bob Tellander.
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