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LE SUITE GESU: DIVINE MERCY REVISED

LE SUITE GESU: DIVINE MERCY REVISED

I thought this was finished, but a test print proved me wrong. I lightened the background and changed the rays of mercy. This looks pretty close to what I want. Pay attention to the banner message, folks. Childlike faith is the key to union with…

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LE SUITE GESU: DIVINE MERCY FINISHED

LE SUITE GESU: DIVINE MERCY FINISHED

One of the great blessings of being an artist is ocassionally doing something that might bless someone. I began this work just trying to do a small sketch that resembled how I picture Jesus, and it turned into something much better than I originally planned….

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LE SUITE GESU: DIVINE MERCY GOES DIGITAL

LE SUITE GESU: DIVINE MERCY GOES DIGITAL

This image has taken a different turn. I began this thinking I would do another etching, and I will. But it has morphed into a digital paining, and here’s the reason why. I can also create a Sacred Heart from this form, and do different…

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LE SUITE GESU: DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY NOTES

LE SUITE GESU: DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY NOTES

Today Pope John XIII and Pope John Paul II are canonized. They were already saints, forged in the lives they both led. Lives of holiness and an openness to the Spirit of God. I was at a marriage retreat in March, and as we were…

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LE SUITE GESU: EASTER SATURDAY NOTES

LE SUITE GESU: EASTER SATURDAY NOTES

Tomorrow is a red letter day. Two great popes are canonized on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 27th. How very fitting that John Paul II is officially declared a saint on the Feast of Divine Mercy, a devotion began by the visitation of Jesus Christ to…

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LE SUITE GESU: EASTER FRIDAY NOTES

LE SUITE GESU: EASTER FRIDAY NOTES

Looking at the landscape, I’ve pondered why I must do what I’m doing. I’d be something of an automaton if I didn’t wonder about that. But I’m a teacher. I deal with adolescents daily, and I understand what is happening to the culture. We are…

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Little Things Mean a Lot

Little Things Mean a Lot

Last night I was working on a plate,¬†Sacred Heart Virgin & Child. I was trying to unify the head and the body, which looked disjointed in previous proofs. I used a little trick I first did in¬†Sacred Heart Infant Jesus. I took some acrylic floor…

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