Venice has many singular sights, and among them are the beautiful windows with pointed arches that John Ruskin loved so well. A church that has been celebrated by artists since the 19th century is Santa Maria della Salute, designed by Baldessare Longhena, and commissioned by Venice in honor of deliverance from the plague in the 17th century. It is a Baroque structure of amazing beauty, appearing in various colors and guises depending on one's location and the time of day. Several students did wonderful interpretations which I will be sharing in the coming days. Today I am showing the work of Anne Crandall.