I maintain several exhibition collections that I am pleased to lease to venues throughout the United States:
Envisioning the Word is a collection of work inspired by biblical texts. The collection features 25 to 30 pieces (based on availability during the desired exhibition period) in various styles and dimensions. Most are two-dimensional work; some are three-dimensional sculptures.
Great O Antiphons is a seven-piece installation inspired by the ancient Advent collects of the same name. The installation dimension of the collection is 176 inches wide by 41 inches high. In particular demand during the Advent season, this collection is frequently reserved a couple of liturgical cycles in advance.
Passion Pilgrimage: Journey along the Way of the Cross is a collection featuring 18 small works, each measuring approximately 13 inches by 13 inches, with each piece highlighting a signpost on Jesus’ journey from Passion Sunday to Easter. The collection lends itself to a variety of installation schema, the most effective of which is a linear format that allows “space” between the works and cultivates an experience of devotional pilgrimage. This collection is in particular demand during the Lenten season.
Tabula Rasa is an installation of eight panels, each measuring 13.75 inches wide by 71 inches high. Employing the ancient vesica piscis form as its primary design element, this work links universal human experiences with seasons of the Christian liturgical calendar to invite reflection on how our experiences shape the stories of our lives. Although the open space between the panels should be uniform, it may be adjusted from 7 to 24 inches to accommodate a variety of exhibition spaces.
Images from the collections and information about leasing them are available by clicking on the image above.
I welcome inquiries about the collections via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.