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Kristin Anderson
Celtic Petal Cross

Gurdon Brewster
Lord of the Dance

Welcome Home

Victor Challenor
Icon Processional

Barbara Desrosiers
Mysterium Fabrication

Thomas Faulkner

"There Is No Contradiction..."


Colleen Meacham

Margaret Parker
Christ Takes Up
the Cross

Christ Is Nailed to
the Cross

Christine Parson

Lucretia Robbins
Tau Cross/Grasses

Iris Cross

Anne Wetzel
The Cross

Crosses from
El Salvador

Artists' Bios and Contact Information






Christine Parson


The whole of the background surrounding the figure of Christ is written in gold with the words from the Gospels concerning the Crucifixion. Along the arms are the last words of Christ. The work is meant to be viewed both from a distance and from close up. It is meant to be seen on several levels. The Cross is the strength of the Church. The triumvirate parts represent the Trinity. The agony of Christ, His Death and Resurrection are our hope and our salvation. The words surrounding the Cross reveal His pain and triumph, our pain and triumph.

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