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Hanging the southwest wall of the sanctuary is "7 Principles: One Artist's Abstract Interpretation of the 7 Unitarian Universalist Principles" by Cat Johnson.
Johnson was inspired to create this piece because friends and family from UU congregations in Muskegon, Cincinnati, and Seattle have mentioned they wish they has visual representation of the UU Prinicples in their buildings.
This is the first public display of the artwork as a temporary loan from the artist. You can read more about the art and the artist in a small frame on the lower right side of the artwork.
Please enjoy the artwork and allow for your own interpretations!