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Peter Denies Christ

From the 2003 Cityside Easter Art exhibition, a medieval-Celtic-influenced take on the story of the threefold betrayal. Featured in the (unreleased) documentary The Real Easter Art(ist) Thing by Gwen Strickland and Duncan Philps. Peter kneels at the centre, weeping, in … Continue reading

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The Digital Rose Window

This is a work of digital medievalism – a “rose window” constructed by ancient geometric principles (in CorelDraw, as it happens), incorporating digital camera images of actual roses instead of stained glass. I have written an article (Constructing a Digital … Continue reading

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Constructing the Digital Rose Window

This article outlines my main steps in constructing a digital “rose window”. Medieval rose windows, like all parts of medieval cathedrals (and, indeed, like most places of worship going back as far as the temples of ancient Egypt) were constructed … Continue reading

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Digital Sacred Geometry

“Sacred geometry” is the art and science of using geometric figures to design sacred architecture or artworks. Recognising that mathematics is something that humans discover – we don’t invent it – and that it corresponds to forms found in nature, … Continue reading

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A Trinitarian Rosary

Some time ago, I was reading a book called Pray Your Way by Bruce Duncan, which took the approach of applying Myers-Briggs personality theory to helping people to find ways to pray which would suit their personalities. Out of that … Continue reading

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St Margaret’s Church Shop

Near where I lived at the time I wrote this (2002), there’s an opportunity shop called St Margaret’s Church Shop. Every time I saw the name, bits of dialog like the following started running through my head – in the … Continue reading

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27 Haiku on the Gospel of Thomas

A friend gave me the Gospel of Thomas (early non-canonical gospel) to read, and it just cried out to be made into haiku. I wrote the original 21 haiku one evening (1 August 2002) while reading through Craig Schenk’s version … Continue reading

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