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Impermanence: A Cancer Journey by Craig Jenkins

Strength, Digital Photograph by Craig Jenkins

Strength, Digital Photograph by Craig Jenkins

Exhibition: Impermanence: A Cancer Journey by Craig Jenkins

September 8 – October 10, 2009, Coburn Gallery

Friday, October 9, 4:30 PM Reception with Amy Jenkins, Coburn Gallery
A successful painter and photographer, Craig Jenkins (Class of 1984) used his creativity to help deal with his cancer. His series of collage works entitled Impermanence, A Cancer Journey comments upon his three-year-long experience with illness.

Impermanence Exhibit Statement by Craig Jenkins

Craig Jenkins Biography

http://www.craigjenkins.artspan.com/

The Warrior, Digital Photograph by Craig Jenkins

The Warrior, Digital Photograph by Craig Jenkins

 

4 Responses to Impermanence: A Cancer Journey by Craig Jenkins

  1. John Sands

    Amy

    Thank you for all you are doing.

    Craig and I are dharma brothers forever. Early mornings we sat together as the light arose at Shoda An.

    We had many great conservations with art and other aspects.

    Your interviews with Craig are wonderful. Thank you for this. I know how much you love him as your brother.

    I miss him…

    Thank you

    Gassho,

    John Shodo Sands

  2. Thomas Hartman

    I was a classmate of Craig’s and am looking forward to attending his exhibition at our 25th reunion this week. Thank you very much for sharing this time with Craig with us.
    Sincerely,
    Tom

  3. Josephine Michael

    Amy,

    Thank you for bringing Craig back to me even if only for a moment. I could feel his presence with me as I watched the videos. It brought tears to my eyes to hear him share that he had gratitude while on his journey.

    My fondest memory is dancing with him and a group of friends from Landmark at a Buck Wheat Zydeco concert at Deer Valley Ski resort. I just remember the laughing and dancing the feeling the warm son on my face and the cool breeze blowing and Craig smiling as he danced so freely.

    I miss him and think of him often. He is a courageous, inspiring man.

    Love,

    JT

  4. Craig Smith, MD

    Amy-
    Thank you for sharing these interviews with Craig. He was an exceptional man. We think of him frequently……. his artwork in our home is admired and very much cherished. Our lives are better having crossed paths with Craig at CC.

    Craig and Patsy Smith

 
 

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