VALLEY OF HUMILITY | by Ed Rice
The large circular shape represents God, the Sun and the smaller circle the human person T.J. Ryken. The concepts of one’s smallness before God, being grounded or brought low and the radiance of the valley between two mountains are some of the images focused on. The gentle curving lines beneath the small circle are intended to represent the valley.
About the Artist
Brother Edward Rice, a Xaverian Brother for 53 years, is an art instructor at the Senior Centers in Danvers and Melrose, Massachusetts. He is a member of the Xaverian Brothers community on Earle Street in Malden.
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