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Featured Artwork in the Berkeley Art and Interreligious Pilgrimage Project

Thank you Kathryn Barush for featuring my "Two Angels" painting and this article in the Berkeley Art and Interreligious Pilgrimage Project. Here is the direct link: The pilgrimage that inspired the painting, “Two Angels”, began in 1985, when artist Deborah Lanino traveled to Italy, and saw the churches and museums and an exhibition in Vercelli, commemorating 400 years since the death of her ancestor, the Renaissance painter Bernardino Lanino (1512-1583).

Deborah, based in Los Angeles, is known for her contemporary use of color and classical techniques such as chiaroscuro and sfumato. Her recent series: “Faith” features “Two Angels” and many more works inspired by that ancestral and art-infused pilgrimage.

Two Angels by Deborah Lanino

Acrylic and charcoal on paper (2021)

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