MIXED MEDIA RELIGIOUS ART

A gallery exhibition with "different icons" for all saints commemorated with Red Cross Romanian Orthodox calendar. O Galerie expozitionala, cu "altfel de icoane", pentru toti Sfintii praznuiti cu cruce rosie in calendarul ortodox romanesc.
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Argument de creare.

Argument de creare.

Argument creation.

Argument creation.

MOTO “I think that every Saint would like to have a silk aura, his clothes to be decorated with Romanian folk motifs, his heart to be an open window between the two worlds, and inside his holy place to have a basil perfume”

MOTO “I think that every Saint would like to have a silk aura, his clothes to be decorated with Romanian folk motifs, his heart to be an open window between the two worlds, and inside his holy place to have a basil perfume”

The Holy Mary, Mother of God– “She, that shows the path” (greek abbreviation: MP-OV) She is created from flowers, her image is a bit deformed, as when she is gazed upon from the distance, she seems to be turning and therefore becomes a beautiful dream, a story...

The Holy Mary, Mother of God– “She, that shows the path” (greek abbreviation: MP-OV) She is created from flowers, her image is a bit deformed, as when she is gazed upon from the distance, she seems to be turning and therefore becomes a beautiful dream, a story...

Jesus Christ – “The One that exists!” (greek abbreviation: OWN) It invites you to look compassionately towards the Divinity, to an initial Cosmos knowable and then impenetrable.The clothes contour suggests the close relationship between Orthodoxy and Catholicism and the bloody shirt’s eyelet makes it seem like He is present here and now.

Jesus Christ – “The One that exists!” (greek abbreviation: OWN) It invites you to look compassionately towards the Divinity, to an initial Cosmos knowable and then impenetrable.The clothes contour suggests the close relationship between Orthodoxy and Catholicism and the bloody shirt’s eyelet makes it seem like He is present here and now.

Saint Basil (329/330-379), celebrated on the 1st of January. He is represented as great and distinguished, being one of the greatest Christian theologians. The icon seems cold, which shows that He is a "Winter Saint", ice crystals and traditional motifs embodying each other in his aura.

Saint Basil (329/330-379), celebrated on the 1st of January. He is represented as great and distinguished, being one of the greatest Christian theologians. The icon seems cold, which shows that He is a "Winter Saint", ice crystals and traditional motifs embodying each other in his aura.

Saint John The Baptist (~5BC-28), celebrated on the 7th of January He is the Greatest Saint after the Virgin Mary, The One who Initiates, Messenger and Baptiser of Jesus. The Icon suggests a primitive figure, under the sign of the guillotine (it can not only separate the body from the head, but life from death, present from future, earth from heaven, etc.) he bathes in the muddy water of the Jordan, but is surrounded by blue, clear and bright water of Baptism. Everything is dominated by the…

Saint John The Baptist (~5BC-28), celebrated on the 7th of January He is the Greatest Saint after the Virgin Mary, The One who Initiates, Messenger and Baptiser of Jesus. The Icon suggests a primitive figure, under the sign of the guillotine (it can not only separate the body from the head, but life from death, present from future, earth from heaven, etc.) he bathes in the muddy water of the Jordan, but is surrounded by blue, clear and bright water of Baptism. Everything is dominated by the…

The Holy three Hierarchs Vasile cel Mare (~329-379) Grigorie Teologul (~330-389/390) Ioan Gură de Aur (354-407) celebrated all together on the 30th of January - starting from 1084; considered from 1936 They are the spiritual parents of the global Orthodox Theology. They sit in front of Orthodox faith and Teaching Temple united as a Romanian hora, by a common stole. Everything is dominated by the great distinction signs of an Archbishop: the cane and the bedernitza. The book and hand that…

The Holy three Hierarchs Vasile cel Mare (~329-379) Grigorie Teologul (~330-389/390) Ioan Gură de Aur (354-407) celebrated all together on the 30th of January - starting from 1084; considered from 1936 They are the spiritual parents of the global Orthodox Theology. They sit in front of Orthodox faith and Teaching Temple united as a Romanian hora, by a common stole. Everything is dominated by the great distinction signs of an Archbishop: the cane and the bedernitza. The book and hand that…

Saint George (~275/280-303), celebrated on the 23rd of April. A megalomartyr Saint who, although he followed the hierarchy in the Roman army (under Diocletian), he has not disowned in any way the Christian faith. Legend has it that he killed a dragon to save a virgin. The icon pictures the fight in a living dynamic: He, standing up in his saddle, pushed in the stirrups with tight reins, and the horse is almost out of the frame, the mane and tail in the wind, and you almost can hear the sound…

Saint George (~275/280-303), celebrated on the 23rd of April. A megalomartyr Saint who, although he followed the hierarchy in the Roman army (under Diocletian), he has not disowned in any way the Christian faith. Legend has it that he killed a dragon to save a virgin. The icon pictures the fight in a living dynamic: He, standing up in his saddle, pushed in the stirrups with tight reins, and the horse is almost out of the frame, the mane and tail in the wind, and you almost can hear the sound…

Saints Emperor Constantin and Helen (~272/274-337) / (248-329), celebrated on the 21st of May. He - the first Christian Roman emperor - he firmly holds the Holy Cross, which has the inscription JCKJ (Jesus Christ King of the Jews), in the purpose of Christianizing the Empire; Helen, with royal blood in her veins, identifies the Saviuors Cross. He seems to be under a stained glass of a church’s dome; and the harmony is like a musical instrument tuned for eternity…

Saints Emperor Constantin and Helen (~272/274-337) / (248-329), celebrated on the 21st of May. He - the first Christian Roman emperor - he firmly holds the Holy Cross, which has the inscription JCKJ (Jesus Christ King of the Jews), in the purpose of Christianizing the Empire; Helen, with royal blood in her veins, identifies the Saviuors Cross. He seems to be under a stained glass of a church’s dome; and the harmony is like a musical instrument tuned for eternity…

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