On Faith Dreams and Art, Marta Sanchez
“As a child, I saw that art held a daily purpose for us. It inspired my grand- mother to worship and communicate to God and her many saints, and uplifted us with spiritual, miraculous images that taught us morals based on the narratives of the image. From our churches to the shrines at my grand- mother’s home, I began to talk to and meditate on statues and paintings…”
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