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The Theme of the 2013 exhibition was “Finding Common Grounds through Sacred Words” in which we asked for artwork that incorporates words, text or letters and that expresses a commitment to the interfaith understanding, coexistence, peace and cultural exchange. We asked for creative ways to depict these values and artists from all faiths and cultures were invited to participate.
 
On this page you can view the online gallery of the 2013 exhibition based on the alphabetic order of artists' first names.

 
 
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  1. EE Hager, Waking (from artist)
    EE Hager, Waking (from artist)
  2. Elizheva Hurvich, Continuity and Fracturing
    Elizheva Hurvich, Continuity and Fracturing
  3. Farzaneh Farid Moayer, Islam means Peace
    Farzaneh Farid Moayer, Islam means Peace
  4. George Somers, A SACRED ERRAND: Carrier Pigeon and Message
    George Somers, A SACRED ERRAND: Carrier Pigeon and Message
  5. George Somers, TRANQUILIDADE
    George Somers, TRANQUILIDADE
  6. Jane VanderVeer, Spirit Moves
    Jane VanderVeer, Spirit Moves
  7. Jean Gregory, Creation
    Jean Gregory, Creation
  8. Judith Coates, Many Paths, One Spirit
    Judith Coates, Many Paths, One Spirit
  9. Julie Cohn, Eternal Faith Tryptich 1
    Julie Cohn, Eternal Faith Tryptich 1
  10. Julie Cohn, Eternal Faith Tryptich 2
    Julie Cohn, Eternal Faith Tryptich 2
  11. Julie Cohn, Eternal Faith Tryptich 3
    Julie Cohn, Eternal Faith Tryptich 3
  12. Kathleen Horn, NOW A SILENCE
    Kathleen Horn, NOW A SILENCE
  13. Lakshmi Sunder, One Song in Many Tongues
    Lakshmi Sunder, One Song in Many Tongues
  14. Leah Korican, Hamsaalaam
    Leah Korican, Hamsaalaam
  15. Lori Rillera, garden
    Lori Rillera, garden
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