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Mile High Theology with Lanecia Rouse Tinsley

When Canon Broderick’s parents renovated their home a few years ago, he gave them one of Lanecia Rouse Tinsley paintings as a house-warming gift. In a note to his parents, Tinsley wrote, “I am happy one of my creations has found a home with you.” It has been said that Lanecia’s art is known for its subtle manipulations of color, texture, materials, and form—a practice of improvisation and play that mirrors the intricate layers and landscapes of individual and communal formation, memory, experience, and history. It is these themes – and the paschal candle Lanecia designed for Saint John’s – that she and Canon Broderick will discuss to close season 4 of Mile High Theology.