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Open Studio 2011: new ECVA show online

Open Studio 2011: new ECVA show online

The Episcopal Church Visual Arts group has a new show online. Many talented artists of the Episcopal Church have contributed to the current Open Studio Exhibit:

Welcome to ECVA’s Open Studio 2011 exhibition. We asked our artists, member of The Artists Registry @ ECVA, to share their work — their favorite, their best, their most current… and as always, they replied generously.

C. Robin Janning editor of the Art Blog for the Episcopal Café is one of the contributors.

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The Rev. Scott Fisher, St Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Fairbanks, Alaska (click to enlarge)

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C. Robin Janning, Art Blog editor (click to enlarge)

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