Alabama artist Lila Graves prefers to show Christ overcoming death on the cross. "Christ Is King" was painted after Graves herself "overcame" death by becoming a "miracle survivor" or cancer.
PHOTO COURTESY OF MARCIA WEBER ART OBJECTS
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