work by graduate students

work by graduate students


Summer MFA group exhibition
Fine Arts Center Gallery
May 12- August 29, 2014
Closing reception: Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 5pm

The Fine Arts Center Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition of current MFA students. The exhibition will present work in a wide range of media including painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture and video. A closing reception will occur on Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Exhibiting are Lindsy Barquist, Wilson Borja, Ashley Byers, Jon Cromer, Drew Divilbiss, Chris Drobnock, Bryanna Jaramillo, Jon McDaniel, Aimee Odum, Todd Pentico, Cambry Pierce, Lauara Polaski, Elena Volkova.

The Department of Art is proud to present the 2014 MFA Thesis Exhibitions:

work by Cambry Lace Pierce

work by Cambry Lace Pierce


Cambry Lace Pierce: The Life You’ve Seen: The Search for Feminine Identity Ruined My Life, Monday, April 14 – Friday April 18, 2014
Reception: Friday, April 18, 2014 at 5pm

“I have become painfully aware and yet also freed by the knowledge of the impossibility to find the center of what makes one “self.” Exposure to the search for identity in the works of 1970’s and 80’s female artists has spurred my thought processes and artistic endeavors. The endless and often subconscious search for the grand query of female identity has left me convoluted. Video images of myself displayed on televisions become twice removed through video and screen, creating fractures within the identity, becoming like oddly shaped puzzle pieces, which one knows will never truly fit together to create a whole. The screen becomes like a mirror of one’s self divorced, both images a lie. I am, and am not, the princess and caretaker, the doting lover and the damaged ex.”
_Cambry Lace Pierce

Wilson Borja

Wilson Borja


Wilson Borja: Chere, Monday, April 21 – Friday April 25, 2014
Reception: Friday, April 25, 2014 at 5pm

“Chere, is a thesis project composed of a series of drawing/paintings and short animations that explores the phenomenon of migration and the African diaspora. Drawing inspiration from African textiles and their African American hybrid forms, quilts, this project examines the process of hybridization as a consequence of migration and its connection with urban distribution based on ethnicity.”

_Wilson Borja

Jon McDaniel

Jon McDaniel


Jon McDaniel: Synthetic Constructive, Monday, April 28 – Friday May 2, 2014, Reception: Friday, May 2, 2014 at 5pm

“The works presented in Synthetic Constructive are oversaturated explorations of shape, form, and color. Though inspired by and constructed from appropriated images and memories from the after effects of devastation, they become more than that as they explore these relationships. It is important that these works, both as collages and as paintings, reflect the search and process of their creation. For me, leaving the ‘tug-o-war’ between representation and abstraction and that of exacting construction and painterly enlightenment is an exciting experience to be viewed. ”

_Jon McDaniel

Lindsy Barquist

Lindsy Barquist


Lindsy Barquist: Anatomies of Melancholy, Monday, May 5 – Friday May 9, 2014, Reception: Friday, May 9 2014 at 5pm

“By combining ideas of traditional oral history with documentary photography this current body of work conveys a tension between the (in)visibility of pain and the need to speak. Through the process of spending time with individuals and discussing their personal trauma while making photographs, I hope to acknowledge and even embalm the pain of others. I am interested in a photograph’s power to console, articulate and offer a map of our experiences. ”

_Lindsy Barquist

Dornith Doherty in Svalbard

Dornith Doherty in Svalbard

Dornith Doherty
Lecture: Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 5:30pm in room 213 of FNAR

Spurred by the impending completion of the Svarlbard Global Seed Vault, Doherty initiated
Archiving Eden in 2008 to explore the role of seed banks and their preservation efforts in the face of climate change, the extinction of natural species, and decreased agricultural diversity.These privately and publicly funded archives function as a botanical backup system in order to assure the opportunity for reintroduction of species should a catastrophic event or civil
strife affect a key ecosystem somewhere in the world.

Dornith Doherty received a MFA in Photography from Yale University and is a Professor
of Photography at the University of North Texas. A 2012-2013 Fellow of the
Guggenheim Foundation, she is also a recipient of grants from the Fulbright Foundation
and the Japan Foundation. As an environmentalist and photographer, since 2008 she has
been documenting the global effort to create a botanical backup system through
collecting and storing the seeds that will ensure our survival. Her work has been shown
and collected extensively in the US and Europe.

Wayne Franits

Wayne Franits

Wayne Franits
Lecture: Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 5:30pm in room 213 of FNAR

Wayne Franits, professor of art history at Syracuse University in New York, is a specialist in seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish art. His numerous publications have explored a variety of topics within the field, ranging from genre painting and portraiture to the work of the Dutch followers of Caravaggio. His talk at the University of Arkansas will be drawn from his forthcoming book on Vermeer.

His lecture will investigate the only two paintings by the famed seventeenth-century Dutch master, Johannes Vermeer, that portray men as the principal subjects: The Geographer and The Astronomer. Franits explores their place in Vermeer’s work and more significantly, their reception among contemporary elite audiences. In the process, he challenges the longstanding theory that these paintings are pendant pairs, that is, works originally conceived to be displayed together.

Carson Fox

Carson Fox


work by  Carson Fox

work by Carson Fox

Carson Fox
Lecture: Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 5:30pm in room 213 of FNAR

Carson Fox was born in Oxford, Mississippi. Her work is produced from a heritage of American Southern gothic tradition that relies heavily on the imprint that individual experience has on the artist, and centers on the production of prints, installation, and sculpture.

Carson Fox received her masters of fine arts from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, her BFA from University of Pennsylvania, and a four-year studio certificate from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Her work can be found in the permanent collections of The Museum of Arts and Design, The Royal Museum of Belgium, the Noyes Museum of Art, the Newark Public Library, the Jersey City Museum, the Morris Museum of Art, the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum, the New Jersey State Museum, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Museum. She has participated in solo and group exhibitions at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, The New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, Connecticut, the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, Colorado, the Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ, Claire Oliver Gallery, New York, O. K. Harris Gallery, New York, the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, Wales, the Brunswiker Pavilion Kiel, Kiel, Germany, and the Association Mouvment Art Contemporain, Chamalieres, France. In 2009, Fox completed a permanent public art project commissioned by the NYC Metropolitan Transportation Authority at the Seaford LIRR Station in Seaford, NY. Fox has received grants from the New Jersey Council on the Arts, the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund, and the Mid Atlantic Art Foundation, a Willem Emil Cresson Award, and a New Jersey Print and Paper Fellowship at the Brodsky Center for Innovative Print and Paper. Carson Fox recently had a solo exhibition at Morgan Lehman Gallery in September of 2013. Fox lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

My agenda is not their agenda, Quintin Rivera-Toro

My agenda is not their agenda, Quintin Rivera-Toro

Quintin Rivera-Toro
Lecture: Tuesday, April 22 at 5:30pm in room 213 of FNAR

Rivera-Toro’s work will be on view at the Bottle Rocket Gallery .
He is primarily a performance artist whose work is based on geographical-historical locations.
More information about the artist can be found at www.quintinriveratoro.com

work by Julie Haft-Candell

work by Julie Haft-Candell

Julia Haft-Candell
Lecture: Thursday, April 24 at 5:30 pm in room 213 of FNAR
Julia Haft-Candell, received her MFA from the CSU Long Beach ceramic program in 2010, under the tutelage of Kristen Morgin and Tony Marsh. Haft-Candell has an approach to clay that is once highly sculptural while challenging the delicacy of the ceramic medium.

Faith and the Devil at George Adams Gallery, NYC

Faith and the Devil at George Adams Gallery, NYC


March 3 – April 4, 2014
Reception: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 5:00 pm in the Fine Arts Center Gallery
Lecture: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 6:00 pm in Stella Boyle Auditorium

Faith & the Devil is a large-scale installation which investigates the philosophical and existential conundrums of evil and underlying faith in the world. The source and lynchpin for this investigation is Big Gal Faith, an eight-foot tall female figure centered in the gallery. Her wild word hair and lavish twenty-six foot wide dress of drawn images and words express the main themes of the exhibit: cruelty and violence, lust, forgiveness, reflection, and transcendence. Dill has worked with these themes across a decade of large-scale projects and exhibitions including a year-long community & museum project in Winston-Salem, N.C. called Tongues on Fire: Visions and Ecstasy, 2000-2001, followed by another year long project for a Boulder museum exhibition called Interviews with the Contemplative Mind. In 2008 she conceived, produced, and directed an opera based on the language of Emily Dickinson, Divide Light, preformed in San Jose, CA. Most recently in New Orleans, fall 2010, at Arthur Roger Gallery Dill created an installation based on the life of Sister Gertrude Morgan, a street preacher, artist, and poet who worked in New Orleans during the sixties and seventies, called Hell Hell Hell/ Heaven Heaven Heaven: Encountering Sister Gertrude Morgan & Revelation. Dill states, “My theme of faith should in no way be mistaken for a kind of earnestness or naïve surrender. I believe the soul is huge, hungry and ravenous, and faith contains as much fear as optimism and crazy grace. I am drawn to explore these things, the big story.”

Lesley Dill works in sculpture, photography, and performance, using a variety of media and techniques to explore themes of language, the body, and transformational experience. Her work has been widely exhibited and collected and can be found in the collections of the Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Cleveland Museum of Art, Kemper Museum, Kansas City; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Museum of Modern Art; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, among many others. Dill lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She has received a Joan Mitchell grant, and NEA, a Rockefeller Multi-Arts Program grant, NYFA, and Anonymous Was a Woman. She is represented by the George Adams Gallery in NYC, and the Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans.

Lesley Dill

Lesley Dill

The McIlroy Family Visiting Professorship in the Performing and Visual Arts was established in 2006 through the philanthropy of Hayden and Mary Joe McIlroy. The McIlroy Professorship endowment provides the university with resources to attract working professionals in the performing and visual arts to the campus. The Professorship was established to support the teaching and work of a professional artist who will impart to our students and community highly specialized knowledge valuable to their artistic, educational, and career enrichment. The grantee of the McIlroy Professorship will hold a joint appointment as a visiting professor of the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and Walton Arts Center. The J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and the students and faculty of the University of Arkansas Department of Art are pleased to announce Lesley Dill as the 2014 McIlroy Professor. More information about the artist can be found at

Divide Light Performance

Divide Light Performance

The Joy Pratt Markham Gallery at The Walton Arts Center presents an
Exhibition of costumes from the performance of Divide Light
Curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson
February 6 – April 13, 2014

Reception: First Thursday Fayetteville, Thursday, March 6 at 5:30pm
Screening of the film of the opera performance of Divide Light begins at 5:30pm
The Walton Arts Center

In this apex of her performative work, Lesley Dill’s opera Divide Light is based on the complete works of poet Emily Dickinson. Lesley conceived of this opera, was the artistic director and collaborated with composer, Richard Marriott. This is the first time the operatic performance costumes have been exhibited. The Walton Arts Center and the University of Arkansas are pleased to present these to the public and community-at-large.

Divide Light follows a dramatic and emotional contour, exploring a range of emotions from vulnerability and fear to ecstasy, joy and exhilaration. Divide Light premiered August 13, 2008 at the Montalvo Arts Center and featured performances by Del String Quartet; the 45-voices of The Choral Project; Jennifer Goltz, soprano; Kathleen Moss, mezzo soprano; and Andrew Eisenmann, baritone. The performers sing Dickinson’s words and also wear Dill’s ravishing costumes with the words scrawled across them. The set is a continuously moving video installation of poems and Dill’s evocative black-and-white photographs. Film of opera was made by Ed Robbins, 82 minute DVD, a 12 minute sample DVD, and an 82 minute soundtrack. Divide Light was commissioned by Montalvo Arts Center, and supported in part by grants from the Rockefeller Foundation Multi Arts Production Fund, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Divide Light Performance

Divide Light Performance

Lesley Dill

Lesley Dill

Lesley Dill
Lecture: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 6:00pm in Stella Boyle Auditorium of FNAR

Lesley Dill works in sculpture, photography, and performance, using a variety of media and techniques to explore themes of language, the body, and transformational experience. Her work has been widely exhibited and collected and can be found in the collections of the Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Cleveland Museum of Art, Kemper Museum, Kansas City; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Museum of Modern Art; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, among many others. Dill lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She has received a Joan Mitchell grant, and NEA, a Rockefeller Multi-Arts Program grant, NYFA, and Anonymous Was a Woman. She is represented by the George Adams Gallery in NYC, and the Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans.

The McIlroy Family Visiting Professorship in the Performing and Visual Arts was established in 2006 through the philanthropy of Hayden and Mary Joe McIlroy. The McIlroy Professorship endowment provides the university with resources to attract working professionals in the performing and visual arts to the campus. The Professorship was established to support the teaching and work of a professional artist who will impart to our students and community highly specialized knowledge valuable to their artistic, educational, and career enrichment. The holder of the McIlroy Professorship will hold a joint appointment as a visiting professor of the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and Walton Arts Center. The J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and the students and faculty of the University of Arkansas department of art are pleased to announce Lesley Dill as the 2014 McIlroy Professor. More information about the artist can be found at http://www.lesleydill.net/

work by Jason Yi

work by Jason Yi

Jason Yi
Lecture: Friday, March 7, 2014 at 1:00 pm in room 213 of FNAR

Jason S. Yi ‘s work crosses artistic disciplines: sculpture, photography, drawing, video, multimedia and interactive installations. The expanded notions of culture, time and history play a critical role in the creation of his work.Yi has exhibited nationally and internationally in places such as New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Chicago, Los Angeles, Japan, China, Korea, Vietnam, Italy and Austria. Recently, his installation was included in the international exhibition at the Inside-out Art Museum in Beijing, which ended in spring 2013. In 2010, “Legend of the White Snake” sculptural work was installed on the roof top sculpture garden at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art on a long-term loan to the museum. His awards include Mary L. Nohl Foundations Fellowship in the established artist category and Kamiyama Artist in Residence Fellowship, supported by the Japan Foundation. He was selected as the Milwaukee Artist of the Year (2006) by the Milwaukee Arts Board.

Among other places, he participated in exhibitions at the Asian American Art Center in NYC, Platform China Artist in Residence Program in Beijing, Moran Museum of Art in Seoul, Kamiyama Art Museum in Kamiyama, Japan, Hotel Pupik in Schrattenberg, Austria and Milwaukee Art Museum. His solo exhibition “Yellow Mountains and Other Places” at the Dean Jensen Gallery in Milwaukee has been reviewed in the Artforum Magazine’s Critic’s Pick’s by Lori Waxman. Yi’s works are included in the permanent collections of the Milwaukee Art Museum, Kamiyama Museum of Art in Japan, Korean Cultural Center in Los Angeles and the Edward F. Albee Foundation in New York. Jason S. Yi lives and works in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in in United States.

work by Marat Paransky

work by Marat Paransky

Marat Paransky
Lecture: Tuesday, February 11 at 5:30pm in room 213 of FNAR
Paransky will be exhibiting recent work addressing issues surrounding nuclear power plant disasters at The Bottle Rocket Gallery February 5 through March 1, 2014. Paransky received a Master of Fine Art in Visual Arts, Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, Cambridge, MA and a Bachelor of Fine Art in Drawing and Printmaking + Bachelor of art in Political Science with Honorsco-major, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.

Work by Susan Lichtman

Work by Susan Lichtman

Susan Lichtman
Lecture: Thursday, February 20 at 5:30pm in room 213 of FNAR

Susan Lichtman studied art at Brown University and received an MFA in Painting from Yale School of Art. A recipient of awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, she was recently given the Leonard Bernstein Creative Arts Award from Brandeis University where she is Associate Professor of Fine Arts. Her oil and gouache paintings have been exhibited throughout the northeastern US and Europe, most recently at the Gross McCleaf Gallery in Philadelphia, the Chazen Gallery in Providence and in Montecastello di Vibbio in Italy, where she was Senior Artist in Residence at the International School in 2012. In 2013 she was visiting artist at the Hoffberger Graduate School of the Maryland Art Institute, the University of Washington in Seattle, the MassArt/Art NewEngland Program in Bennington,VT and the University of North Carolina, Asheville. She lives and paints in Rehoboth, MA.

Vamp & Tramp Booksellers will present a collection of artists books for viewing, along with a lecture on contemporary artists and the book. Tuesday, February 25 at 12noon in the printmaking studio of FNAR.

Praxis by Julie Chen, 2013

Praxis by Julie Chen, 2013



Vamp & Tramp, Booksellers specializes in artists’ books and fine press editions. Proprietors Bill and Vicky Stewart represent over 250 contemporary fine presses and book artists, with works starting at under $10.Their visit to the University of Arkansas Department of Art will be a great opportunity for students and the public to see, read and touch new offerings from book artists around the world. For more information on Vamp & Tramp, visit their website, www.vampandtramp.com

“We feel that because of the nature of these objects, in order to be appreciated they must not only be seen and read but also handled. You have to play with them in order to appreciate and experience that physical component. No matter how good a catalog, website or exhibition, there is no substitute for actually handling the books.”

- Bill and Vicky Stewart, as quoted in The Art of the Book: The Book As Art by Bruce McKinney

The Thrill Came Slowly by Lesley Dill, Published by Peter Kruty Editions, NY

The Thrill Came Slowly by Lesley Dill, Published by Peter Kruty Editions, NY

due to weather conditions in the North East the following has been rescheduled:
Peter Kruty
Lecture rescheduled to: Wednesday, February 26 at 5:30pm in printmaking studio of FNAR
Letterpress Workshop rescheduled to : Thursday, February 27 from 11am-1:45pm in the printmaking studio of FNAR

Peter Kruty Editions is Peter Kruty and Sayre Gaydos, two master letterpress printers who
have pooled their talents in letterpress printing and printmaking to form, along with their staff,
one of the most versatile and well-known fine art and commercial letterpress shops in the United States.

Peter Kruty was trained at the University of Alabama, Graduate Book Arts program and Sayre Gaydos is a printmaker from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. They teach letterpress printing workshops nationally and are much sought after by artists and designers for fine art collaborations. The studio is located in the historic Sunset Park, Brooklyn. A recent sampling of their diverse clientele includes ad agency SS+K, print publisher Harland and Weaver, October and Parkett magazines. Their work can be viewed at www.peterkrutyeditions.com

Veiled by Cynthia Nourse Thompson

Veiled by Cynthia Nourse Thompson

Stephanie Pierce

Stephanie Pierce

Artist Lectures: Stephanie Pierce on Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 5:30 pm in room 213 FNAR

The Fine Arts Center Gallery is pleased to present work by new faculty, Stephanie Pierce and Cynthia Nourse Thompson. Professor Pierce teaches painting in the Department of Art. Professor Thompson is the Curator for the Fine Arts Center Gallery and teaches printmaking as well as Book Arts.

Pierce received her MFA from the University of Washington in Seattle, BFA from The Art Institute of Boston, and she attended the Yale Norfolk Summer School of Art. Sourcing common objects, Pierce’s perceptually based paintings reveal passages of change as light and viewpoints shift over time and the everyday resides in a state of flux. Her painting seeks an intersection between perception and abstraction using the phenomenon of light, space, and form as personal metaphor. Working from perception, Pierce wishes to convey a sense of the visual as it is unfolding into forms and space that are at once material and immaterial. The accumulation of observed moments stand as fragments of color, light, and location, as they change with the progression of each day. Her work is represented by Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects in New York and Alpha Gallery in Boston and has been exhibited nationally including The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; Asheville Art Museum, NC; Space Gallery, Portland, and Art Chicago. In 2012 she was awarded an Arkansas Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship. Her work is included in the collections of Joan and Roger Sonnabend, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and the Boston Public Library.

Thompson received her BFA in printmaking from the Maryland Institute College of Art and her MFA from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Thompson’s work contains strong religious undertones and has often been described as “Catholic” in nature and aesthetic— clean, pure, and ordered. At the same time, many of the surfaces and materials used in her work simulate flesh in order to evoke the body, an alluring and seductive association of great significance. Using the body as the site of personal investigation, the physical manifestations of denial, shame, and oppression are explored and moreover issues surrounding the female body are examined. In particular, Thompson shares her own experiences as a young woman raised in the religious South. She is interested in addressing her own concerns with beauty, desire, vulnerability and imperfection.Thompson previously served for twelve years as Professor of Book and Paper Arts at Memphis College of Art and the Chair of the Fine Arts Department for one year. Thompson was visiting faculty at University of Georgia’s study abroad program in Cortona, Italy teaching both papermaking and book arts as well as faculty at the prestigious Santa Reparata International School of Art teaching book arts and printmaking. In addition to teaching and curating, previously Thompson worked at Dieu Donne Papermill, Harlan & Weaver Intaglio, Inc. of NYC and the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper, now the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions. In June of 2014, Thompson will be the Director for the Book Arts/Printmaking and MFA Studio Arts programs at University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She will also serve as Associate Professor and teach within these programs.

Cole Closser
Lecture: Thursday, January 23 at 5:30pm in room 213 of FNAR
Workshop: Friday, January 24 at 12pm in the printmaking studio room 207 of FNAR

Cole Closser

Cole Closser

Closser is a Missouri cartoonist and graduate of the MFA program at The Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont. He enjoys reading books with funny pictures, watching old cartoons, and wrestling alligators. Cole’s comics are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or in the shop.

http://www.coleclosser.com/?section=about-cole

BILL VIOLA, Surrender, 2001, color video diptych on two plasma displays mounted vertically on wall, 80 2/5 x 24 x 3 1/2inches. Performers, John Fleck, Weba Garretson. Photo: Kira Perov

Anne-Karin Furunes, Portriats of Archive Pictures VII, 2011, Painted acrylic canvas, perforated. Courtesy Barry Friedman LTD, NYC

Anne-Karin Furunes, Portriats of Archive Pictures VII, 2011, Painted acrylic canvas, perforated. Courtesy Barry Friedman LTD, NYC


October 23 – December 4, 2013 Curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson
Reception: Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 5pm in the Fine Arts Center Gallery
Artists included in exhibition are:
Petah Coyne
Gail Deery
Anne-Karin Furunes
Portia Munson
Bill Viola

Petah Coyne lecture Thursday, November 14 at 6:00pm in Giffels Auditorium, Old Main
Resonance: Audible Silence in Portraiture, a visceral portrait of devotion and beauty, challenges viewers to confront the deepest of human emotions that reside within the panorama of mortality. Immersed in dissolution, a collection of international artists present a haunting visual dialogue which is strikingly raw and at the surface of our emotional armature. The penetrating presence of grief and loss compounded by images, which while beautiful are laden with sorrow, regret and transcendency, beckon the viewer to pause and reflect on the frailty of our own existence and the manner in which one acknowledges life and death, faith and beauty. Each artist distinctively addresses themes of vulnerability, bereavement and mortality. Although the artists in Resonance confront us with fearful depths lurking beneath our exterior, their images beckon us to fathom its darkness and arise to find strength, clarity and the recognition that without this palpable dimness light would not exist. Within silence there are moments of great beauty and certainty.

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