From Michael Burke’s article for The Journal Times:

Racine native Karen Gunderson pulled the clouds down this week and packed them up for a trip to New York.

Gunderson is the artist who created the large cloud paintings that had hung in the sanctuary at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 2219 Washington Ave., since the mid-1990s. But no longer.

Back then Gunderson, now a New York resident, went to Our Savior Lutheran Church with her mother after her father died. She remembers seeing “ugly brown acoustic cloth” and unattractive green stucco on the sanctuary walls. “It was awful; it was so depressing,” she said.

“I thought, ‘These people need something nicer to look at.’ ”

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