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The “Medium” in the Art of Egg Tempera

Takes courage to own a Byzantine Icon and only time to learn you don’t want to live without one. May your life become an icon for others and all which surrounds you, a memory of the divine. Continue reading

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The Guy who falls and the Guy underwater.

“God” is everywhere but without the mechanics of love and the preparation for love, we humans might live a limited life which is potentially lethal. There are no mistakes only millions of combinations. Continue reading

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Iconography is a tradition without a Ceiling in egg tempera.

Students working in egg tempera are surprised saying, “I’m too old to start; I wish I had begun earlier”, but time is irrelevant where Gods involved, Continue reading

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There is nothing I have experienced as an artist as wonderful and intimate as painting with egg tempera. The idea of moving small particles of sand around with a brush to create divine image is exhilarating. Continue reading

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