Her figures, far from the classical ideal of beauty, retain the brokenness of humanity, a brokenness that is both spiritual and physical. At the same time, Paine preserves their dignity and value, arguing that man’s design is not wholly evil. In each of these figures the signs of life and death are evident, like permanent and deep marks that cannot be wiped away.
By Michelle PaineFigures, Press and Publications, Art and Faith, Exhibits and Events, Printmaking
New Edition of Intruding Upon the Timeless The updated edition of Gregory Wolfe’s collections of essays Intruding Upon the Timeless: Meditations on Art, Faith and Mystery includes new essays on…
February 27, 2018