Catholic Charities’ After Supper Visions extends sincere thanks to the businesses whose representatives have attended the Annual Photo Exhibition, held gallery shows, purchased framed prints and holiday cards, provided grants, and/or donated printing expenses. We welcome the opportunity to speak to you about corporate sponsorship opportunities. Please contact Katie Tuten at email@example.com, (312) 655-7003.
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And don’t forget our beautiful collection of cards, magnets and ornaments, all made from photos taken by ASV artists.
THANK YOU very much for joining us in support of all of the artists!
ASV got me in touch with my musical and photographic past. I especially love this statue of Jesus sleeping. It is very important to me. I’ve been there. I have slept on beaches in the cold and the wet and it isn’t easy. Most people think this figure is of a homeless person, but it’s Jesus. You can see the nail holes in his hands and feet. When you understand that it is Jesus, you understand that there is hope. I was baptized at Willowcreek Community Church, Chicago Campus.Tony R.
I love to travel and sightsee. On this trip, I took the Metra train to Springfield where I went to a rally for people with disabilities. It was great because I met a lot of other people with and without disabilities. I think it’s important to stand up for your rights.Sandra W.
I selected the photo of flowers because of the beauty and colors. In the next shot, the lights shine and sparkle. In the last photo, I love the way the water flows as if fish were swimming in the water.Markeara L.
I think you can find pictures of anything just about anywhere. Jody said, ‘don’t be afraid to shake your camera,’ so I did. Can you guess what objects are in these pictures? I also like to catch the contrast between soft light and sharp images.Stevie D.
My pictures record my journey connecting to the world around me. The winter shots create eerie feelings. They are thought provoking, ghostly. In Margate Park. the play of light sent an electric pulse through me and the swirling movement at the underpass felt as if long ago, in sepia, the camera froze forever a mysterious moment.Michele C.
I really like taking pictures of flowers, abstracts and water. All these things are constantly changing. That’s why I like the night sky. It’s a sign of what’s coming next; rain, nightfall, and eventually the stars will come out.Chester P.
This is my first year with ASV. I’m really drawn to nature. I love the mix of colors and shapes, heights and textures, the light that accentuates the colors and the sunlight behind the trees was so gorgeous it was magical. I just keep watching and watching. When I walked up to this statue that just appeared in front of me, it was like he was sitting there just waiting for me to come.Sheri H.
I take my camera with looking for images that reflect how I’m feeling that day. The geese at the lake fit my need to find something to brighten and lighten my mood. The pictures I shot at the bridge on a snowy day were more thoughtful because I was thinking of a special friend and wanted to find a special view of the city.Eric J.
My favorite picture is the silhouette of the horse near Union Station. That horse represents freedom as he flies across the sky free.Tom D.
This is my “5” Season in the Photo Show. I like doing it, but I must not be too good at it, so I’ll see how it goes this time.Jerry T.
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