Glimpse of Solace: Kevin Nance, St. James Cathedral 07/27/2014 By Ellen Beals Leave a Comment Crux © Kevin Nance, 2014 Not my will but thine © Kevin Nance, 2014 Blue Window © Kevin Nance, 2014 Dove © Kevin Nance, 2014 Laying on of hands © Kevin Nance, 2014 Remembrance © Kevin Nance, 2014 Kevin Nance is a Chicago-based art photographer, photojournalist and freelance writer. His work appears in the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago-Sun-Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Poets & Writers Magazine and other publications. You can follow him on Twitter at @kevinnance1 or visit his photo blog at kevinnance.tumblr.com. You can see an exhibit of Kevin’s photographs of St. James Cathedral entitled “How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place” at Kyle’s Place Gallery in St. James Commons (as well as in the Cathedral nave). St. James Cathedral is at 65 E. Huron in Chicago and the exhibit is open weekdays from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, and on Saturday and Sunday, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. The exhibit closes August 15. Photographs by Kevin are exhibited and available for purchase at the Andersonville Galleria, 5247 N. Clark, Chicago. Thanks to Kevin Nance for letting me share his work.