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Butterfly life-cycle paper art for Brio Magazine

He's Alive!

Gail Armstrong's life-cycle paper art features in the Easter issue of Brio Magazine.

Focus on the Family’s 'Brio Magazine' is aimed at teenage girls and includes an article on the Resurrection entitled, He’s Alive!  Gail explains, "It uses the visual metaphor of the life cycle of a butterfly...bits of the foliage link the cover page to the main text and the final image is a more traditional rendering of the 3 crosses on a hill, with a sunrise behind."

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