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For She Is the Breadth of the Power of God   Jan Neal, Curator                                                                                                                             presented June 15, 2006



Servant's Dance

by Camilla Brunschwyler Armstrong
(Oil on canvas, 1998, 36" x 30")
t. John’s Episcopal Church – Montgomery, AL


The work created in 1998 is from a series entitled “Little Altars”. These pieces reside in private collections around the country. If there is going to be any further use of these beyond the video presentation, I may need to furnish you with the collector’s names.
All of the submitted images reflect the spiritual growth, transformation and changes that occur as we journey together as people of faith. Each piece is a “journey page” of sorts and are part of the collection called “Images for the Journey”.

Little Altars and little memories
have shaped my life
and are shaping it now.
First communion,
first kiss,
first love,
first sin.

Little Altars and little memories
have shaped my life
and are shaping it now.
Little Altars and little memories
are companions on the journey,
whispering and sometimes shouting:
“I was with you, I will not forsake you –
in the dark and in the light”.



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