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New for August 2022

August 1, 2022

New for August 2022

For the next two months I will be featuring images of the Life of Christ by Cypriot Artist Charalambos Epaminonda from a multi-year project he began in 2016 to create icons of the Gospel stories in a contemporary style. The Greek Orthodox icon-maker has completed 30--with more to come!  My August selections depicts four episodes in the New Testament…

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New for June-July 2022

June 1, 2022

New for June-July 2022

The Bible story of the battle of David the shepherd boy with Goliath the giant has been much on my mind as I watch the Ukrainian army hold back invading Russian forces.  As we enter the summer season, I'm featuring five images of this classic confrontation in the Hebrew Scriptures by international artists in the Sacred Art Pilgrim Collection,…

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New for May

May 1, 2022

New for May

May is the time of year to honor the Virgin Mary, and what better place to find Marian imagery than in Poland, where Roman Catholics are fervent in their devotion to the Mother of Christ. I have added four new images this month to The Magnificat page in The Coming of Christ gallery of The Life of Christ section…

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New for April 2022

April 1, 2022

New for April 2022

Western Christians celebrate Easter on April 17th and Eastern Christians mark the holiday on April 24th. Millions of the faithful living in Ukraine at the border where the Latin and Byzantine worlds meet will mark Resurrection Sunday this year in cities under siege and in towns reduced to rubble, many of them mourning love ones who have died in…

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New for March 2022

March 1, 2022

New for March 2022

At a time when the World is watching in shock and horror as Russian forces occupy Ukraine, I want to express my solidarity with the courageous people of this embattled East European nation and pay homage to Ukrainian artists with a selection this month of their works on Lenten themes from the Sacred Art Pilgrim Collection. This talented group…

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New for February 2022

February 1, 2022

New for February 2022

A popular blessing at the family dinner table includes the words "and make us ever mindful of the needs of others"--the theme of my art selections for February. Our responsibility to provide for those less fortunate than ourselves is graphically portrayed in Christ's story of the Rich Man and Lazarus in Luke 16:19-31 and in the trio of new…

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New for December 2021-January 2022

December 1, 2021

New for December 2021-January 2022

As 2021 draws to a close and we enter the New Year, marking the Advent Season, Christmas, and the Feast of the Epiphany, I have four new pieces from the Sacred Art Pilgrim Collection with holiday themes to bring on-line, created by Ukrainian Greek Catholic artists from West Ukraine. This latest group of icons from the city of Lviv…

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New for November 2021

November 1, 2021

New for November 2021

The season of Advent begins in three weeks, and I have selected a trio of images by contemporary French artists from the Sacred Art Pilgrim Collection for November illustrating the Annunciation, the "prequel" to the Christmas story, when the Angel Gabriel appeared to the Virgin Mary to tell her she had been chosen to be the mother of the…

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New for October 2021

October 1, 2021

New for October 2021

October is the time of year to celebrate the life of Francis of Assisi, and I have a trio of images from French artists to add this month to the Francis of Assisi: The Troubadour of God page in the Themes of Faith section. Etienne Moreau-Nelaton, a fin-de-siecle Parisian artist best known for…

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New for September 2021

September 1, 2021

New for September 2021

For September, I have more woodblock prints from Czech Graphic Artist Helena Bochorakova-Dittrichova to bring on-line from her wordless book, Christ: 32 woodcuts from the New Testament. Largely unknown outside her homeland, she finally received international recognition for her pioneering printmaking in the 2014 exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., The First…

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