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My Story as an Iconographer
The Crucifixion in the Style of Dionysius
St. Kateri Tekakwitha “Lily of the Mohwak"
A “Pocket Icon” of St. Rose of Lima & St. Martin dePorres
Szent Piroska Hungarian Princess, Byzantine Empress, and Saint
Christ the Teacher
St. Mary Magdalene
Jesus Raising Lazarus
The Archangel Michael
St. Ysdro Labrador & Santa Maria de la Cabeza
Icon Bearers of Kiev
Coptic Martyrs of Libya in 2015
Marytrdom of St. Jacques Hamel
The Good Thief, Saint Dismas
Martyred Copts of Cairo in 2016
twenty years… linked at the bottom of this page.
Please note that I am not an academic iconographer, but rather a folk iconographer. Also, my icons are shaped my storytelling — I am both a hagiographer and an iconographer.
I am deeply indebted to Dr. Jane Daggett Dillenberger, a distinguished art historian who introduced me the religious iconography when I was a doctoral student at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley California in the 1960s and 1970s.
In the 1990s I took a seminar from Peter Pearson. I learned the basics from Peter. He is a traditional iconographer and a fine craftsman and teacher. Peter is not serving as parish priest for an Episcopalian community in Pennsylvania.
Finally, I am particularly indebted to Alexey Pismenny. I particularly like his work. Browse his site and his links to other Russian artists, including his mother Alla Pologova. Alex has been a friend and critic of my iconography for many years.