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March 24, 2009

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Miriam Franklin

Hello, could you by any chance give me the title and artist of the painting of the black Jesus on a metal cross. I am keen to use the painting as a resource with my class, but am unable to find any further information about it on the internet.

Lance

Where there can be hope perceived from the seeming hopelessness each artist has been given a vision,
some are more shocking than others but they all do capture what the moment has brought to them,
love, sacrifice, and pain are plain to see and never any fear is what we all can bring to others as we try to emulate the best of what God has given his son,
After all, we are all created in God's image and with our "Free Will" we have the ability to do his work.

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