A dramatic illustration of the brilliant power and glory of the moment Jesus was resurrected.
This small but powerful sculpture reflects a soul overwhelmed with grief. The title, however, reflects the artists faith that although the sorrow may be crushing God will respond with comfort.
The figure carrying the fallen soldier to Heaven is angelic, she is also the symbol of God's great love and mighty power—power that conquers even death.
This multi-colored, original bronze monument, is 7 ft. wide by 5 ft. high. It depicts how the Family might have appeared, stopping to rest by the roadside as they made the long journey back from Egypt to settle in Nazareth.
St. Katharine Drexel, 1858-1955, Beloved Saint from Philadelphia. This remarkable woman used all her considerable fortune and all her energy to bring aid and education to America's Native American and Afro American children.
A thoughtful St. Benedict holds the “Rule” in his left hand, and with his right hand, beckons us to follow Christ with him.
This sculpture was custom created from 16 gauge sheets of bronze. Each of the 26 sections was hand cut, shaped and colored, then mounted to the steel doors.
A portrait of Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy, counseling a high school student.
The sculpture is graceful and serene, yet full of vibrant strength and remarkable details It explores the intricate and grace-filled relationships between the three members of the Holy Family.
This 3/4 life-size bronze sculpture reveals Our Lady in her youth, barely out of childhood. This is Mary, young, devout, trusting. Her face is full of innocence and peace. Her extended hands are both delicate and strong.
"Crown of Thorns" is available in an 10-inch bronze or resin.
At first glance, this artwork illustrates the last journey of one of America's finest sons, but there are elements of the sculpture that carry deep symbolism.
Beautifully hand painted resin sculpture on a background of ceramic and glass tile. Also available in bronze.
Jesus said, “If I be lifted up from the Earth, I will draw all men to myself.” And from the cross He said “I thirst.” It is His thirst to save souls that reverberates in this powerful sculpture.
These four reliefs are 22" high and each of them illustrates a passage from the gospel of St. Mark. Available in both bronze and resin.
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