Why don't we hear any "voices crying in the wilderness"?
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Those who strip the trees of Paradise bare go down in flames.
A post-modern meditation on the high cost of freedom gained and lost
A humbling remainder that saints have clay feet like the rest of us
What if the Holy Family had been denied entry into Egypt?
An intergalatic Nativity scene about God's love for the Universe
Teasing out multiple sacred meanings from the objects in a furnished room.
With sleight of hand the magician-artist becomes a mediator of salvation
A mysterious encounter on the road brings teaching and transformation
An image of God become man enduring suffering out of love for humanity
The Magi bring food to a refugee mother and child in a timely image of compassion.
Eavesdropping on the most momentous announcement in history
Despair in the silent void of eternity or joy at the dawning of a new day
Looking for the missing shepherd among his long-suffering sheep
A vision of the community formed whenever bread is broken with others
A modern Nativity closer in spirit to the straw-on-your-clothes story in the Gospels.
An arrestingly numinous, surrealist variation on traditional Annunciation imagery?
A serious depiction of warfare in heaven that leaves you smiling.
A luminous landscape where the Good Shepherd becomes the Lamb of God.
Entering into the story as one of the disciples so Jesus can wash our feet
Seeing a Christian icon through the eyes of a Zen Buddhist rice farmer- printmaker.
A Madonna and Child promising redemption and full fruition to a fallen planet.
The long loneliness of a modern manger scene in a sterile birthing box without straw
A darkly rich rendering of how we came to find ourselves East of Eden
Discovering the face of Christ in every face creased by anguish and etched by pain.
A bound Colossus standing in utter humiliation and shame before a postering imp
If there were no Judas at the table, who gets blamed for the Crucifixion?
Finding among pigs the fellowship other humans denied him when his cash ran out
For a moment, ordinary things appear extraordinary, touched by something mystical.
Reaching across the great divide to touch with compassion and reconciliation
Sensing the shock, amazement, and inexpressible joy of the first Easter morning
An image of suffering love for a culture supersaturated with brutality and violence
The choice of metaphoric weapon doesn't matter. The message remains the same.
Transforming a standard scene of rural life into a spiritual tone poem
Waiting at the window, expecting more than just the coming of the mailman