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Coppersmith Rudy Haynal will not have a typical art show at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church this Sunday. Don't expect to see his works displayed around the room. What you can expect is a 30-minute presentation that includes a brief talk and a video about his work. The talk begins at 9 a.m. during the regular parish breakfast. Haynal does have six hammered copper panels that depict American history hanging permanently in the church's main hall. He donated those panels to the church after Sept. 11 to boost the spirits of the congregation and to celebrate religious freedom. He fled Hungary 31 years ago to seek political asylum. Haynal was director of Volan, a Hungarian association of more than 300 ballet, folk dance, stage and musical artists. Emmanuel Episcopal Church is at 235 S. Church St. in Grass Valley. Call 273-7876 for more information. - Carol Feineman
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Coppersmith Rudy Haynal will not have a typical art show at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church this Sunday. Don’t expect to see his works displayed around the room.

What you can expect is a 30-minute presentation that includes a brief talk and a video about his work. The talk begins at 9 a.m. during the regular parish breakfast.



Haynal does have six hammered copper panels that depict American history hanging permanently in the church’s main hall. He donated those panels to the church after Sept. 11 to boost the spirits of the congregation and to celebrate religious freedom.




He fled Hungary 31 years ago to seek political asylum. Haynal was director of Volan, a Hungarian association of more than 300 ballet, folk dance, stage and musical artists.

Emmanuel Episcopal Church is at 235 S. Church St. in Grass Valley. Call 273-7876 for more information.

– Carol Feineman


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