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The Many Faces of Mary. | #SoasigChamaillard #Mary #MotherOfJesus

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Share This.At times religion is a subject that isn’t to be touched; especially in a way that demeans it. But every once in a while, an artist is able to reinvent the notion of religion in a way that is more of an interpretation than a backhanded spotlighting. Soasig Chamaillard is that artist. Examining the role of women in religion, Chamaillard uses the Virgin Mary as a blank canvas. See Read More

Our Type of Lady.

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Share This.Introducing Meg Hitchcock, a painter turned type artist by way of Springfield, Vermont. Now living in Brooklyn with her husband since 2006, Hitchcock is found to be well versed in the destruction of religious text — and that’s just a pragmatic one-sided description of her work. What she really does is transcend our consumption of religion to greater heights; moving us to truly understand and rethink the instrument of Read More