Art-making for me is a spiritual practice. To be a part of a group of interfaith women artists has only deepened this conviction. My paintings reflect a spiritual narrative from my Zen Buddhist and Unitarian background. I paint in oil, oil pastel, and watercolor. I have participated in the last two themes: Life, Loss, and Legacy and Visual Prayer. I have shown and worked in various artist circles alongside a career in teaching art to elementary age children for the last 35 years. As a member of the Interfaith Artists Group, I have been moved by the powerful conversations as we study each theme. It is a privilege to be in this group of outstanding artists exploring our common humanity from many spiritual perspectives.