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Dolorosa Series

This is my new series of 2021 which is known as Dolorosa. The contrast between the perfectness of Christ presented by a rounded finial cross ( the curves represent the capabilities to embrace the uneven or sharp edges - Love ) surrounded by thorns and nails - ( Pain and sufferings ). A reminder of Christ submission to the pain and agony without resisting with His strength. The body fabric is made of cotton linen blend and the embossed effect resemble various size of floral pattern. The lining is lined with pure natural cotton voile. Ordering details click here

Monastic Surplice

Monastic Surplice

This surplice is a rendition of an early design depicted in an old painting of monastic monks at the death of St Bede and another photos from a 20th century liturgical arts journal, L'Art d'Eglise . The Surplice is made of pure cotton and they had been starched, hence the drape of the shirt is firm ( This is a new surplice before washing )

The surplice is made without a gathers and it does not has a seam attaching the arm and the body. It is made of one single piece of wide cotton.

The Rev. D. E. Snapp, 1860-1923. For 33 years the beloved pastor of the Martin Luther Church (Ohio Synod), Baltimore Md

from the 20th century liturgical arts journal, L'Art d'Eglise