RELIGIOUS ART | NEWS OF WEEK -- Collecting Tony Melendez

Greg Disney-Britton in living room in Indianapolis with "Capricorn Greeting the Celtic Moon" by Tony Melendez on his left.
Ernest's mom and sister are connected in a way he can only observe. On Friday, the three met with an oncologist in Cincinnati, and as the two women talked with the same spirit, he felt like the "other." Still, it was reassuring and reminded us of the first painting we acquired together. Indy-artist, Tony Melendez, depicted nature and the universe as different but of the same spirit. Mom & sister make "Capricorn Greeting the Celtic Moon," by Tony Melendez, our art of the week.

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"Capricorn Greeting the Celtic Moon" by Tony Melendez; Acrylic on canvas