August 01, 2011


1. a picture, image, or other representation.
2. Eastern Church . a representation of some sacred personage, as Christ or a saint or angel, painted usually on a wood surface and venerated itself as sacred.
3. a sign or representation that stands for its object by virtue of a resemblance or analogy to it.
OH! How I wish my photography skills-or lack thereof!-did justice to these! They fall so flat here on the PC screen…
But alas, I share just the same.
Definition number three: A sign or representation that stands for its object by virtue of a resemblace or analogy to it. Ahhhhhh. I like that 🙂
I’ve tried to achieve the better part of that definition here in this series. And a bit, in the foundation series. More than a circle; more than a mark, a mark made with intention and direction-with the objective of recalling something real and found in the earth to the viewer.
A first for me, truth be told!
I’ve always worked abstractly; going off route here and there as I went through a journaling series, and as little pieces of a series give voice to some semblance of reality.
But never all that indicitive of realism.
Until now. This definition speaks to me.
I don’t want to recreate; God got it right the first time; I feel no need to attempt what’s been done so beautifully before me!
I want to indicate, to point to, to take your mind, heart and spirit to, some thing, or place and causes you to sing!
Or, to weep.
Whatever it be, I have sought recognition in this series through the determined look at the definition of icon.
So I introduce you to this latest fun.
My current studio passion.
The analogy of what I see, and want to share with you.
Bringing me to singing~or to weeping, along with you.
because I get to share!
Lucky lucky me 🙂 in love. trish

7 Responses to “icon”

  1. Linda M says:

    These are lovely – very ethereal.

  2. Amanda says:

    Oh my goodness, they are toasty. This series makes me want to go burn things. Love it!

  3. Seth says:

    Gorgeous, elegant and dream-like.

  4. Love the organic simplicity in your work Trish! Beautiful!

  5. moonroommuse says:

    These are wonderful pieces, Trish. Love their ethereal and mystical qualities. I too love icons. If you’re ever in MA and have time, you might enjoy visiting the Russian Icon Museum in Clinton, MA. http://www.museumofrussianicons.org/index.html Wonderful artworks. Great place to sit & sketch & absorb.

  6. I am going to the link immediately! Wish ‘clinton, MA’ was on my schedule….!

  7. Fox-Hearne says:

    Beautiful work! I am anxious to see your new book. I have really enjoyed the first one….very well organized and informative!

    Carolyn Fox-Hearne

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