Scriptural Stations of
The viewer stands with
the disciples. Jesus has gone way over there,
symbolized by the gold circle halo. His prayerful
connection is conveyed with speckled white paint.
Blues and greens offer a garden feel.
Notice the shape of the
painting corner. Some historical Stations had this
kind of a corner to symbolize the cross and provide
ample space for artwork.
Rent exhibition for $300
Purchase series of 15
paintings for $7,500 plus shipping
Acrylic on paper mounted
to board, each original painting is 11 x 13 x 1/4 in.,
framed 12 x 14 x 1 in.
Contact me to
purchase art, host an
exhibit or request more information.
Corpus Christi Anglican
Church in Springfield, Virginia rented my traveling
exhibition of abstract Scriptural Stations of the
Cross for their Lent liturgical art. As they
entered their church, they encountered the first
Station by the door.
In 1991, Saint John Paul II wrote
alternative Stations of the Cross focusing on
fifteen biblical events.