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One of Gonsalves’ most popular and recognized pieces, Cathedral of Commerce  is yet another powerful social commentary. As you walk through a high-ceilinged, echoing cathedral you look out the window and often see in great contrast, a bustling metropolis. The flying buttresses and arches made of ancient stone give way to the clouded skyline above glassy towers of high finance. In attempting to find balance between material and spiritual wealth, we join forces with the holy and the mundane, combining work with worship in our seemingly unending search for success and inner peace.

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The transform-line is around seven buildings in from the right and begins where the seventh building ends, give or take a bit.

I love Ron Gonsalves’ work!! I actually bought this picture for a friend of mine. She loved it too!!! he is an incredible artist!!

I love Rob Gonsalves’ work!! I actually bought this picture for a friend of mine. She loved it too!!! he is an incredible artist!!
Here is his website for those interested
http://www.robgonsalves.com/ArtistGallery.asp?artist_id=23&category_id=2

One of Gonsalves’ most popular and recognized pieces, Cathedral of Commerce  is yet another powerful social commentary. As you walk through a high-ceilinged, echoing cathedral you look out the window and often see in great contrast, a bustling metropolis. The flying buttresses and arches made of ancient stone give way to the clouded skyline above glassy towers of high finance. In attempting to find balance between material and spiritual wealth, we join forces with the holy and the mundane, combining work with worship in our seemingly unending search for success and inner peace.

One of Gonsalves’ most popular and recognized pieces, Cathedral of Commerce  is yet another powerful social commentary. As you walk through a high-ceilinged, echoing cathedral you look out the window and often see in great contrast, a bustling metropolis. The flying buttresses and arches made of ancient stone give way to the clouded skyline above glassy towers of high finance. In attempting to find balance between material and spiritual wealth, we join forces with the holy and the mundane, combining work with worship in our seemingly unending search for success and inner peace.

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The transform-line is around seven buildings in from the right and begins where the seventh building ends, give or take a bit.

I love Ron Gonsalves’ work!! I actually bought this picture for a friend of mine. She loved it too!!! he is an incredible artist!!

I love Rob Gonsalves’ work!! I actually bought this picture for a friend of mine. She loved it too!!! he is an incredible artist!!
Here is his website for those interested
http://www.robgonsalves.com/ArtistGallery.asp?artist_id=23&category_id=2

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One of Gonsalves’ most popular and recognized pieces, Cathedral of Commerce  is yet another powerful social commentary. As you walk through a high-ceilinged, echoing cathedral you look out the window and often see in great contrast, a bustling metropolis. The flying buttresses and arches made of ancient stone give way to the clouded skyline above glassy towers of high finance. In attempting to find balance between material and spiritual wealth, we join forces with the holy and the mundane, combining work with worship in our seemingly unending search for success and inner peace.

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