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Spiritual Life

Painting provides canvas for spirituality

By Rich Barlow
September 30, 2006

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Art, like faith, can be inscrutable to those unversed in its dogma. But painter Diego Jacobson isn't interested in dogma, be it the creed of a church or the lessons taught in art appreciation class. Rather, his concern is the singular interpretation that every one of us brings to what is on canvas or the soul. (Full article: 800 words)

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