A New Santa Rosa Labyrinth in Santa Rosa!
This past Monday, March 15th...
marked thirteen years since I made the first
Santa Rosa Labyrinth on paper...
Guy Kovner wrote a great article for our local
about this installation...
which includes a still shot video in one minute, 35 seconds
of the entire process by PD
Photographer Christopher Chung.
I could not have asked for a better celebration than to assist Reverend Kimberly Willis, Glo Wellman, and other members of the Christ Church United Methodist to paint their new labyrinth in the inner courtyard of their Santa Rosa church complex and grounds...
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a new path emerged...
for feet to walk and eyes to contemplate...
This beautiful labyrinth is a gift and open to the community at 1717 Yulupa Avenue, on the SW corner of Yulupa and Hoen Avenues, just a block South of Whole Foods Market. While visiting the labyrinth, take a meander through the church's beautiful community garden which feeds over 90 families in Santa Rosa.
Thank you members of Christ Church, Pastor Kimberly, Glo, Chlele, Anne, Joann, and Gayle for having me assist you all in creating this beautiful space that will touch the church members and larger surrounding community for years to come!