, a John Steven Calder - the Grace Project

The Grace Project

The Grace Project is a continuous arts project displaying and rewarding "Acts of Grace"

all Art disciplines are welcome to submit.

An Annual rewards dinner to be announced

So, what is the 'Grace Project'?

noun: grace; noun: grace period; plural noun: grace periods; noun: His Grace; noun: Her Grace; noun: Your Grace
  1. 1.
    simple elegance or refinement of movement.
    "she moved through the water with effortless grace"
    synonyms: elegance, poise, gracefulness, finesse; 
    suppleness, agility, nimbleness, light-footedness
    "the grace of a ballerina"
    antonyms: inelegance, stiffness
    • courteous goodwill.
      "at least he has the grace to admit his debt to her"
      synonyms: courtesy, decency, (good) manners, politeness, decorum, respect, tact
      "he at least had the grace to look sheepish"
    • an attractively polite manner of behaving.
      plural noun: graces
      "she has all the social graces"
  2. 2.
    (in Christian belief) the free and unmerited favor of God, as manifested in the salvation of sinners and the bestowal of blessings.
    • a divinely given talent or blessing.
      plural noun: graces
      "the graces of the Holy Spirit"
    • the condition or fact of being favored by someone.
      "he fell from grace because of drug use at the Olympics"
      synonyms: favor, approval, approbation, acceptance, esteem, regard, respect; More
  3. 3.
    a period officially allowed for payment of a sum due or for compliance with a law or condition, especially an extended period granted as a special favor.
    "another three days' grace"
  4. 4.
    a short prayer of thanks said before or after a meal.
    "before dinner the Reverend Newman said grace"
    synonyms: blessing, prayer of thanks, thanksgiving, benediction
    "who would like to say this evening's grace?"
  5. 5.
    used as forms of description or address for a duke, duchess, or archbishop.
    "His Grace, the Duke of Atholl"
verb: grace; 3rd person present: graces; past tense: graced; past participle: graced; gerund or present participle: gracing
  1. 1.
    do honor or credit to (someone or something) by one's presence.
    "she bowed out from the sport she has graced for two decades"
    synonyms: dignify, distinguish, honor, favor; 
    "the occasion was graced by the president"

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