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Carolyn Wilhelm Hosts Soldier Series

M.Div. alum Carolyn Wilhelm will host The Soldier Series, an art exhibition and event at the Franciscan Spiritual Center in Milwaukie, Ore., October 25 through 27, 2013.

Wilhelm's Soldier Series paintings will be on display. In addition, attendees may attend panel discussions and view From the Artist's Point of View, a film by Luigi Germano documenting the painting of The Soldier Series.

The Soldier Series is about spiritual healing. It presents the impact of wounded souls and different stages of recovery. This exhibit is not for children.

View the event schedule on the Franciscan Spiritual Center's website

Oregon artist Carolyn Wilhelm originally exhibited The Soldier Series nationally in the mid-nineties, causing a stir in Portland, Berkeley and Detroit. She earned a Master of Divinity from Marylhurst University.

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