Artist's eye-popping creations inspired by Catholic faith 

Ali Cavanaugh
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Ali Cavanaugh
Eye-popping bright colors and unexpected shapes greet viewers of artwork by Ali Cavanaugh. It wasn't always that way, said the parishioner of Ste. Genevieve Parish in Ste. Genevieve. She used heavy, oil paint and her work had a bit of a dark side. The transformation came about after she became a Catholic and had begun learning about her faith by listening to Catholic radio while she worked. As she went through the change, switching to watercolors, the popularity of her artwork took off, too.

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