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December 02, 2013

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Graeme Clark

The colours are an interesting question but for me how to imagine a depiction of the invisible being made visible (unless that is what the exercise itself is) perhaps is the greatest challenge. The tapestry canvas itself might be the best depiction of a creation in which "in him all things hold together".

Mark Holt

Hi Jim,
when I read your post to my wife, without even a moments hesitation she said "purple". :-) May this exercise be life-giving for you.
Mark

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