Category Archives: religious painting

Mohammad’s Face

Yes, Mohammad’s face is always covered, His face is behind the veil. When we designed the Dialogue, ART for Peace and I researched images of Mohammad’s face, I found this image but removed the veil and I knew more or … Continue reading

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PENTECOST, why so few women in Byzantine icons?

Pentecost icons are about the descent of Holy Spirit,   The institution of Divine Spirit coming to all of humanity, acting through the Church, to sanctify the world. I want to use the Pentecost icon to illustrate a new approach … Continue reading

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Holy Ground

These early predecessors of devoutly painted icons influence the dogma and canonical agreements honored today and I hope for a long time to come. Continue reading

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Projects for World Peace are not always what you think.

Search evidence of charities, church communities, schools, nonprofit organizations or NGO’s names of non- profit companies involved and functioning. Continue reading

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A Connection through Time and Place

the practice of egg tempera icon painting moves us beyond the act of painting, eventually revealing our understanding and limits of self. Continue reading

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