Symposium Proposal

Symposium Proposal - 83PenroseHall ProvoUT84604 (973)2299852

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83 Penrose Hall Provo UT 84604 (973) 229-9852 kellya89@gmail.com K ELLY  R USSELL Senior, Humanities: Art History emphasis
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D IVINE  P OTENTIAL   IN  B RIAN  K ERSHISNIK S   F LIGHT  P RACTICE P ROGRAM  D ESCRIPTION : Brian Kershisnik’s testimony of the divine potential found within each of  God’s children finds a voice in  Flight Practice  as he explores the importance of practice in our  daily lives. Brian Kershisnik’s testimony of the divine potential found within each of God’s children  finds a voice in his collection of  Flight Practice  paintings. While contemplation of our divine  potential (here represented by flying) may seem overwhelming, we gain solace from the concept  of practice. Throughout Kershisnik’s work are repeated images of practice and failure. His  presentation of these failures is not meant to discourage, but to inspire. From Brian Kershisnik’s insightful representations of what it means to be human, we 
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