Vanessa Kenoyer stopped by San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral last summer, curious to check out an art exhibit she’d heard about. She lives three hours away, in Northern California’s mountainous Lake County, and on her occasional trips to the city, she likes to go to art galleries and soak up some of the city’s urban culture.
However, walking into Grace Cathedral, she found something even more profound -- a connection with the divine.
An intricate labyrinth is inlaid in the floor of the cathedral. “It instantly just caught my breath,” she says.
Labyrinths have always been special to Kenoyer. To her, they represent a journey that all humans go through and can be found across cultures and continents. This symbol of the labyrinth is so special to Kenoyer that she had it tattooed on the back of her neck, like a subconscious guide to her path in life.