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The Artists

  Connie Backus-Yoder
  Joyce Caggiano
  Deborah A. Cantwell
  Mary Anne Carley
  Osuna Miguel Conesa
  James D. Curtis
  Kelly Daniels
  Barbara Desrosiers
  Cathy Gibbons
  Joel Haas
  Jenna Higgins
  C. Robin Janning
  Caroline Kramer
  Marcia Landry
  Jeanelle McCall
  Judith McManis
  Romney O. Nesbitt
  Margaret A. Parker
  Donna Rathert
  Lynn Runnells
  Deborah Scarff
  Suzanne Schleck
  Janet Strickler
  Susan Tilt
  Vanessa Wells
  Tracy Williams
  Copyright Statement

The Rev. Dr. Joyce Caggiano

This woman is in a long line of people waiting to receive food assistance in a distant land. Her eyes are focused on something far beyond the reality of her present situation. The Madonna of Our Saviour is a mother for all ages and all places. I hope that this painting brings the past present and future together in the image of a God that knows all things and sees and feels all human suffering with us.


The Rev. Dr. Joyce Caggiano is an Episcopal priest living in Boston. Art has been part of Joyce's life since her childhood. Recently she has found it a comfort and restful distraction from the stresses of everyday. Color and light bring joy into her heart whether she is working with watercolor or acrylic or oils. Joyce feels most successful at communicating what she wants to say when she can take an ordinary literal image and transform it into the abstract. Dr. Caggiano believes that abstract art uses an unconscious language to expose the truth of Godís reality.

The Rev. Dr. Joyce Caggiano

Email: caggiano8120@mac.com
Parish: Church of Our Saviour, Arlington, Massachusetts





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