The Episcopal Church and the Visual Arts is again providing a series of visual preludes to each day's worship at The General Convention of the Episcopal Church. 20 minutes prior to worship a blend of projected art and carefully selected background music will be a means of setting aside a large meeting hall as a time and place for worship. The art and music are to accompany the theme for the day. You can see the theme and the art that will be projected at the thumbnail gallery page with quick-loading images that lead to larger versions of the art you are more curious about.
The image shown here of a statue in Savannah's Bonaventure Cemetery was taken by Griffin Logue and it provides the title picture for day two of the preludes. There are also two pieces each by Victoria Logue (other image) and Frank Logue (other image) in the preludes.
The Rev. Nancy Mills and Charlotte P. Harrell are two other artists from the Diocese of Georgia whose work will be projected as a visual prelude.