Neal, Curator presented
June 14, 2006
Pains, There is Light in the Dark
by Camilla Brunschwyler Armstrong (Oil on linen, 1998, 48” x 36”) St. John’s Episcopal Church –
Montgomery, AL firstname.lastname@example.org
This piece is highly symbolic
for me, especially the images of the lilies, blooming
in the dark (above ground) while sending deep roots underground
into the light symbolizing the interior spiritual growth
that occurs, sometimes when things seem dark or confusing.
All the other imagery has special meaning. The Light of
Christ shed abroad.