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Women in Icons: Emerging Voices

Tuesday August 9th lecture 5-6:30 PM with reception to follow     Did Women come to the well in silence? The fountain of life giving water filled with beauty, wonder and love for the soul is their offering today.  St … Continue reading

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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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