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Egg Tempera Technique

If there is NO GOD then I have had a great time living the illusion that there is one and If there IS a GOD, it will confirm a life illuminated by something greater than I can imagine. Mind and … Continue reading

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Mary Magdalena Images

Recent work, all images of Mary Magdalena, egg tempera, soon to be published in our next book                In Light of Women   In many countries around the world, the female voice has not … Continue reading

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Painting with Earth Pigments

Hexaemeron, means the period of six days in which God created the world. Icon workshops are usually five days long, painting mornings for 3 hours and the same in the afternoon; the 6th day is rest and refection, everyone takes … Continue reading

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Mary Magdalene at the Tomb

From the GOSPEL of MARY TEXT “Peter said to Mary, Sister we know that the Savior loved you more than the rest of woman.Tell us the words of the Savior which you remember which you know, but we do not, … Continue reading

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Mary Magdalene Gospel and St Andrew

GOSPLE of MARY TEXT After Mary had said these things, she was silent, since it was up to this point that the Savior had spoken to her. Andrew responded, addressing the brothers and sisters, “Say what you will about the … Continue reading

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Christ Pantocrator

Christ Pantocrator, is one of the most profound theological images depicting the idea of spirit made flesh. The icon is not just a nice sacred image, it speaks a theological concept Christians hold as truth, Man became God that God … Continue reading

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Contemplate the Stations of the Cross

  “Jesus Suffered and Died for ME”.  Have you ever thought it a little narcissistic thinking He died for Me and end the meditation there? The whole idea someone would die for you is out of style these days, we … Continue reading

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