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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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Sacred Christian Iconography

By reason of its long history and the dynamic concepts that controlled it, the growth of Christian iconography is rich and varied. Beginning with Byzantine Sacred Art in the early centuries of the Christian era, iconography portrays the human soul … Continue reading

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Sacred Iconography

Windows into Stillness March 28 to April 1, 2017 Painting icons in Lewes Delaware with Grains of Sand Most of have asked at least once, why are we here? What is the point? take time for  yourself to ask and … Continue reading

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When I’m asked who is Painting Icons

It feels like someone asked how is the world today?   Even if I begin with just my name it is more than anyone wants to know. ‘My name means Mary of the Light and Jane who asks too many … Continue reading

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Ascetic prayer, Contemplation

That is, at this moment, if you think you are  in a miserable condition, you were once perfect. This means that perfection is within us, like a faint memory of a dream known long ago. We do not have to … Continue reading

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Keep God In It :Egg Tempera Technique

For those who are looking for room to explore and pray, to experiment and grow in love for this wonderful mystical medium, this book is for you. Continue reading

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Copernicus and Galileo, Thier Window to Life on Earth

Copernicus and Galileo, mathematician astronomers surrounded themselves by globes, charts, and telescopes, struggled to find proof for an idea developed by seeing and thinking. Perplexed by a dilemma, should they respect the Church’s wishes and not rock the boat or … Continue reading

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