Impressionism and Grace: Aging and Dying as a Work of Art

June 12:Reverend Fred Howard

“Impressionism and Grace: Aging and Dying as a Work of Art”

The 19th century art movement known as Impressionism was a radical departure from traditional art forms and from the realism offered by the then emerging technology of photography.  Impressionism changed the very nature of the way we think about art.  It also offers intriguing possibilities to change the way we think about life, aging, and death.

Reverend Fred Howard:

Rev. Dr. Fred Howard attended Valdosta State College and then the Medical College of Georgia, and practiced medicine as a family physician in Cairo and Douglas for twenty years.  In 2002 he heard the call to ministry.  For the past 8 years Fred has served as minister of the Valdosta UU Church.  He also continues to work part time in the medical field as an emergency room physician.

Worship Assistant: Joann Carollo
Accompanied By: Gary Smart