ART

I dabble in various arty things, and by posting them I’m not implying anything about their quality or artistic value, but if you like them, you’re welcome to download them and use them.

Madonna and child, after Rosie the Riveter, with the Magnificat in Greek (2019, acrylic and gold leaf on canvas)

Annunciation (2019, acrylic, paper, pva glue and gold leaf on canvas)

Annunciation

Esther, in that moment between her going into the King’s court and having to bow down and look subservient  (2018, Acrylic on canvas)

Hiding from the massacre of the innocents (2019, acrylic on canvas)

Four strong women save Moses (2018, Acrylic on canvas)

Ruth and Naomi, perhaps (2018, acrylic on canvas board)

Woman with ointment bathes Jesus’ feet (2017 /18? acrylic on canvas)

The crucifixion (2018, acrylic and gold leaf on torn canvas)
The heavens are torn open, and we see heaven through them like the gold on an icon.
Or, it’s a pre-echo of the healing wound that Thomas touched after the resurrection.
Or, it’s the Japanese tradition in which broken vessels are mended with gold. 

Self Care Elijah (2017/18? Acrylic on canvas)
1 Kings 19: When Elijah couldn’t even, God gave him permission to rest by providing a tree for shelter, some water and a cake.

Elijah sleeping under the broom tree

Jesus heals a woman with haemorrhages (2018, Acrylic on canvas)

These three paintings were auctioned for the charity ‘Bloody Good Period’ in 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

Walking through water and fire (2018, Acrylic on canvas)

This is based on Isaiah 43.1-2:

It exists because God loves it (2018, acrylic on canvas)
Based on Julian of Norwich’s vision of the hazel nut

Hands holding a hazel nut

You know that I love you (2017/18? acrylic on wooden board)
Based on John 21

Peter went out and wept bitterly (2017, charcoal on paper)

Mary (2017/18? pen and ink on paper)

The Canaanite / Syrophonoecian woman with the dog who eats the crumbs
(2017? acrylic on canvas, and then pen and ink on paper)

Easter morning in the garden (2017, acrylic on canvas)

Visitation (2017, acrylic on canvas)

Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem (2016/17? acrylic on canvas)

Madonna and child (2016, acrylic on canvas)

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Baptism of Christ (2017, acrylic on canvas)

People of God (2016? acrylic on canvas)
No idea how many people there are (best guess somewhere around 800)

People of God - acrylic on canvas
People of God

Westcott House in Summer, and then in Winter (2016, acrylic on canvas)

Mary, co-sleeping:

nativity

annunciation

The ‘O’ Antiphons

 

Mary. Or Hannah. Or Sarah. Or Hagar. Or Eve….

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The Angels and the Shepherds

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Flight into Egypt

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Let there be light

Advent Illustrated Light

Psalm 1 (2017, acrylic on canvas)
Two versions – one includes part of the psalm in words

The incarnation (2014, acrylic on canvas)

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The Library at Pembroke College, Cambridge (2014? acrylic on canvas)

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Girl dancer (2015, acrylic on canvas)

Amelia

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rose

Church interior (2016, acrylic on canvas)

St Mary’s Buckden (2013? acrylic on canvas)

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St Mary’s Godmanchester, with steeplejack (2013? acrylic on canvas)

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St Mary's Church line drawing

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Offord Church pen and ink

Offord Church Watercolour

Resurrection encounters, drawn with charcoal taken from the Easter Fire.

Jesus and Peter embracing after the resurrection, drawn in charcoal

Jesus at the supper at Emmaus - drawn in charcoal

Jesus showing the disciples his wounds and saying 'Peace be with you' - drawn in charcoal

Mary and Jesus in the garden, drawn in charcoal

Two pictures of the Holy Family:

These next two were drawn by my son when he was eight!

lancaster drawing

train drawing

Annunciation
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