Church Revival by the late folk artist, Carlton Garrett, brings to many people’s minds memories of their own faith traditions and practices. Whether it be a revival, a prayer meeting, singing in the choir, or serving as an acolyte at Sunday services, Garrett’s piece evokes a sense of community and union for many Christains. Do pieces like this speak to people of other faiths? If so, what are the messages that they convey? Faith serves as a theme for a lot of southern folk art. Why do you think this is so? Can pieces like this serve as conversation starters across faiths and be an invitation for others to share art that expresses and reflects their own spiritual traditions?