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Churchdrawing 11-6-2016

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Churchdrawing 10-25-2016

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Churchdrawing 10-17-2016

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Churchdrawing 9-18-2016

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Churchdrawing 9-11-2016

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Churchdrawing 9-4-2016

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawing 2-8-15, 2-22-15

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




churchdrawing_1_18_15

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawings 1-25-15, 2-1-15

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawings 1-11-15, 3-15-15

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawing 3-1-15

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawings 12-14-14, 12-21-14

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawings 11-22-14, 12-7-14

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawings 10-12-14, 10-19-14

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawings 7-27-14

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church drawings 3-23-14, 10-26-14

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawing 7-13-14, 4-6-14

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawing 1-22-12, 9-18-11

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.




Church Drawing 11-6-11

For years, I have been bringing my sketchbook to my Unitarian Universalist church every Sunday to create what I call Church Drawings. Drawing during the service is part meditative, part notetaking, part spiritual, and of course it helps me sit still! I use these drawings as a way to synthesize the service into something that is personally meaningful, something I can hold onto when I leave the sanctuary and enter back into the busy world.