Category Archives: Art and Icons

Women in Christian Sacred Images

Being a practicing Christian all my life and dedicated to the practice of painting (writing) icons. One cannot help but make some startling observations and deductions. I would like to share some of the conclusions I have made while reading … Continue reading

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Encaustic Artist in San Miguel Allende

August 7 to 11, 2017 RUBEN AMARO Ruben Amaro is a patient and gentle instructor of this ancient art form. He is widely recognized on the continent for images of horses and Flamenco dancers. His skill and collections in Encuaustic … Continue reading

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Gnosticism; Futile Ground

Gnosticism is called a heresy by some. According to tradition, a heretic is one who deviates from the true (christian) faith. But what defines that “true faith”? Who calls it that, and for what reasons? I have drifted way out … Continue reading

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Unexpected Transformation

Making seen that which is unseen. I have come to see the world as a metaphor, nearly everything which happens to us is screaming to be understood through the eye of spirit, we just need to reflect long enough to … Continue reading

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Ancient Image Byzantine Icon Studio

Contemporary Art , “Ancient Image,  Byzantine Icon Studio   Tucked away in the colonia, a short distance from the historic downtown area of San Miguel Allende is a jewel of a studio not to be missed.  The studio is surrounded … Continue reading

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Agnostic Faith

When we consider the possibility that life exists on other planets in the entire universe, we consider what is required for the emergence of life in this world. As we cannot yet prove that life does in fact exist on … Continue reading

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Eucharist

When the apostle John states that the “Word become flesh” it is jarring, how can that be? In his humanity, Jesus manifested absolute grace and truth, in such a way that people could contemplate all it takes to be divinely … Continue reading

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