This carving is based on the statement in the Gospel of Mark, “…and darkness was over the land until the ninth hour…”
This is for an exhibition at Christ Presbyterian Church for the Lent season.
I wanted too reflect from my environment. The scene is based on a view from Lake Monona in Madison, WI.
There will be a second piece for the Easter exhibition that follows.
We look for hints in this world of the life to come: love, life, beautiful and glory. Christ saw this the other way. He found reminders of his home: love, life beauty and glory. Among the trees, the Tree of Life and among the hills, a stream of living water
(Genesis 2:8-20, Proverbs 3:13-18, Revelation 22:1-2)
The levels are in. Next details, lots of them.
I’ll be participating in an Advent art show with the theme oh Home – Away from Home. I’m working on a vertical format woodcarving featuring an image of the Tree of Life.
It has been great to see Barry Sherbeck’s photographs of the Sanctuary environmental art exhibit. This is currently on display at the Overture Center in Madison, WI.
Here is a Link to the exhibition.
Read here to see the article a the Farley Center. I am the volunteer of the month for March 2018 –
Sanctuary 2017 – “Wooded Home”