Contemplative Landscapes Art Exhibit Copy

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Contemplative Landscapes by artist Ann Haberl The exhibit of oil paintings and prints by Madison artist Ann Haberl will be on display at Holy Wisdom Monastery from May 5-July 31, 2017. Ann’s work explores the reverence she feels for the natural world and aligns with the Benedictine values of beauty, balance, simplicity and contemplation. The exhibit can be viewed Monday through Friday, 8:00 am-4:30 pm.

Spring art exhibit opening reception

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Contemplative Landscapes by artist Ann Haberl The exhibit of oil paintings and prints by Madison artist Ann Haberl will open at Holy Wisdom Monastery on Friday, May 5, 2017, with a reception from 5:00-7:00 pm. Ann’s work explores the reverence she feels for the natural world and aligns with the Benedictine values of beauty, balance, simplicity and contemplation. Please join us as we welcome Ann and her exhibit to the monastery. Light refreshments will be served and Ann will give a brief talk about her work at 6:00 pm. No RSVP required. The exhibit will be at the monastery through the end of …

Gaia Series features the visual art of Beth Racette

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Holy Wisdom Monastery is pleased to announce Beth Racette as the featured artist for the 2016 Fall Art Exhibit. Beth is a visual artist who works in many mediums—acrylic ink paintings, sculpture, and installation. Her work has explored a variety of topics from social structure, such as the prison system, to the web of life. This fall’s exhibit, the Gaia Series, is taken from the name the ancient Greeks gave to the Earth Goddess, the Creator of Earth, and the Universe. In the 1970s, systems theorists borrowed the name Gaia when they developed the theory that the Earth is a complex, …

Simple Gifts Art Exhibit

Simple Gifts Art Exhibit

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A new art exhibit featuring the work of Sunday Assembly members, Oblates, and others associated with the monastery, will open on Sunday, August 14, 2016, in the Gathering Area. The theme for the exhibit is “Simple Gifts” and will reflect the Benedictine values of beauty, balance and simplicity. The established Art Jury, which chooses the artists for the spring and fall art exhibits, will choose the work displayed in this show. “This is an opportunity to recognize the artistic talents of our friends who may not have enough work for an entire show, but who still would like to share …