Photographs by Marian Ellis
The photographs in Everyday Grace were taken over a period of about three months towards the end of 2011, by photographer Marian Ellis. The exhibition was opened by Bishop Marc during Carnivale on Feburary 16, 2012 and closed on April 30, 2012. They are a snapshot of our worship and outreach, as well as the ways in which many different people use and appreciate the cathedral and its plaza. Displayed as large format banners hanging between columns in the cathedral nave, the photographs told a powerful story.
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To download a PDF with information about all of the photographs in the exhibit, click here.
“I love people; I see beauty in all that I photograph and my passion is portraits which are simple and straight-forward. Over the last several months, I have preserved ‘the moments’ of many different lives as they interacted at the Cathedral...the Boys’ Choir, children at preschool, early morning Tai Chi, mothers at the labyrinth, baptismal ceremonies, Seniors’ Christmas luncheon, volunteer needlework group, Bayview/Hunters Point Christmas party, and so on. I’ve done this work to give a gift to a community from which I have received so much.”
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