• Face of Christ, series of 8

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    This small series of 4 was a study, trying to find what it was that makes the face of Christ so unique to iconography. It still eludes me. 8"x6" each $250.00 USD

    Face of Christ, series of 8
  • St John the Silent and The Divine Image

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    St John the Silent with gold halo and repouse, opposite Not painted by Human Hands 8"x9" $450.00

    St John the Silent and The Divine Image
  • St Athanasius and The Hodegitria

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    Graven image series: large body of work that asks; are we seeing the last remnants of a truly great story or are we finding holiness again in the debris of our crumbling relationships?" St Athanasius is quoted as having said... "God became man, that man might become God." Opposite: Hodegitria "For love we are born; we now see God's purpose is love." 8"x10" $450.00 USD

    St Athanasius and The Hodegitria
  • Mother Teresa of Calcutta and St Teresa of Avila

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    Women Who Loved God Series; Mother Teresa of Calcutta and St Teresa of Avila lived lives of service and love. Surrounding their portraits are the words they spoke and lived by. Mother Teresa of Calcutta, "...everything starts with prayer. Unless your work is interwoven with love it is useless, to work without love is slavery..." St Teresa of Avila, "What I tell you will contain plety of foolishness. We practice the love of God poorly, look for the poorest thing and it will be sufficient..." 16"x18" $980.00 USD

    Mother Teresa of Calcutta and St Teresa of Avila
  • Detail of Mary and Christ the Child

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    Repouse, hand tooled pewter frame including the 4 evangelist, inside the detail of Mary and the opposite, the Christ Child King. 14"x15" $790.00 USD

    Mary and Christ the Child
  • Mary Magdalena and Mary of Egypt receiving the Eucharist

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    This series of 6 icons explores my own fascination- I have been curious as to what became of Mary Magdalena. The man she loved and understood was no longer available to her in the flesh. Where do we go after a relationship like that? Mary Magdalena. Opposite: Mary of Egypt receiving the Eucharist. 10"x12" $590.00 USD

    Mary Magdalena and Mary of Egypt receiving the Eucharist
  • St Francis and St George

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    Icons with text boarders. St Francis, "Only wisdom leads to good works and great kindness, be humble about who you think you are..." Opposite; St George "God watched from the above as they fought over what they did not create or love, when the fighting is over, all that will be left is death". 10"x12" $690.00 USD

    St Francis and St George
  • A Creation Story and B Creation Story

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    ADAM and EVE Series of 4 icons, inspired by the Palatine Chapel in Palermo, Sicily. The opening story in Genesis explains how the life of God unfolds to include Humanity. God resides in humanity and finds it not excessively confining to go about here on earth. 18” X 24” $960.00 USD

    Creation Story
  • C St Francis and D St Francis

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    St Francis Series of 6 icons dedicated to the life of St Francis, many images from his life to choose from, Dinner with St Clair, St Francis with animals, etc. The lives of Saints without a doubt inspire and teach us. 18” X 24” $960.00 USD

    St Francis