Featured Painting: "Easter"
The three arches at the top the painting represent the narrow windows that revealed a limited view to those who watched the drama of Holy Week. From there they could see the Mt. of Olives, the arrest, the flogging, the trial, and the long walk up the hills of Calvary. They watched as Jesus relinquished his spirit and shed his blood. As we follow the shed blood, we are taken down the hardened walls of the sinners’ heart, through the torn curtain, and into the light. The light is what ultimately reveals the glory and the saving grace of the risen Lord.