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Mary as Prophet
Artist Statement: How do we tell God’s stories?
bio: Margaret Adams Parker received a 2016 Honor Award for Mary as Prophet from Faith & Form (the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, and Architecture.) Parker, a sculptor and printmaker whose work often treats religious and social justice themes, teaches on the adjunct faculty at Virginia Theological Seminary. Mary as Prophet was commissioned by VTS, Reconciliation by Duke Divinity School. Parker is currently working on three sculptures depicting the life of Andrew the Apostle. Her prints are included in the collection of the Library of Congress; have been published by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees; have been used as a logo by Amnesty International; and accompany a new translation of the Book of Ruth. BA, Wellesley College; MFA, American University. Fellowships: Virginia Commission for the Arts; Association for Religion and Intellectual Life; Calvin College Summer Seminars. www.margaretadamsparker.com