Ancient Image, Sacred Lines By Mary Jane Miller
These are great resource for your church or school, books filled with spiritual imagery offering contemporary ideas with an old world feel for the divine. The images are bold, historical and fun to color, while the journal space beside each image is for jotting down reflections and insights. Purchase a collection for your congregations and support the arts in church
Ancient Image, Sacred Lines is an ideal option for members from the community who want to work on a commemorative project; for a love one who is about to move away; or a wonderful memorial gift for any one of your parishioners. If you’re a painter or like to color, the artist in you can pick the image you’d like to work with. Ancient Image, Sacred lines is also perfect for those who like to write in journals, take notes or just write down thoughts.
For children and adults alike.
This wonderful book of Ancient Image, Sacred Lines will prove to be a fun and interesting journey. Each of these 26 historical images can be used for meditation or as a template for those who have painted icons before and are looking for new ideas to experiment with. Enjoy!
Write a book of your own, where you color the illustrations as well as write the text. Experiment with markers, watercolors, crayons, pencils or pastels to create your own iconographic art.
Each image has a tiny message and an empty page to fill with text, encouraging you to write out your own insights and thoughts about the image. With time you will have a wonderful visual journal filled with memories.
A collection of images, ideal for those reflective moments in life; whether at home or in the hospital, this is something you can use during those WAITING moments in life. Ancient Image, Sacred lines is designed to offer caring spiritual support during difficult moments in life.
Mary Jane Miller is offering a creative idea, a way to slow down and concentrate on the beauty happening in your own inner journey to places unknown.
Icon Painting Technique, a meditation and guide to egg tempera explains the subtle relationship between the process of icon painting and how it reflects and enriches ones spiritual life. Mary Jane Miller discusses her technique, the history and meaning of icon painting.
The Mary Collection This collection of Mary icons captures the great mysteries of the Madonna, drawing attention to the relationship between Mary and Christ, and the viewer. A wide range of imagination and potential is explored this tiny book.