Kennedy artist attends retreat

Joseph T. Cornforth calls Kennedy home and finds inspiration for his art all over God’s creation.

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During the Artist’s Colony Retreat he completed a painting of ice layers he saw in the ditch, after the water retreated, along with some sketches. He has been coming to the retreat for all three years it has been in operation, working mainly in acrylic and pencil. He came to attend the Western Christian College in Weyburn and liked it so much in the area that he stayed. He has also worked in leather, rebuilding saddles and even creating a pair of sandals from a pattern provided by his customer. 

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