Museum Gala on Friday Night…

Friday night, I got to go with my Dad to a museum gala because his Aunt Florence and Uncle Ted were receiving recognition. I love Aunt Sis. She’s one of my favorite Aunts. She was one who taught me about canvas and tapestry and the importance of legacy and how to make pickles although mine aren’t near as crispy as hers.

Part of the gala was an unveiling of the new works of art that the museum acquired during the year. One of the pieces, Exchange #8, hit me so hard. It’s a symbolic piece on the Atonement and the scripture in Isaiah that says, “Though your sins be as scarlet they will be white as snow.”

I just stood in front of it until my father pulled me away.

On a purely personal side, I made a connection that is fascinated in my husband’s ability to do tintype and glass plate photography.

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