A group of 12 artists working in a variety of mediums tell the story of the life of Christ from birth to death in the exhibition of their work at Luther College Chapel, University of Regina. “I needed to take a break,” said ceramic artist Louise Tessier, in an interview with the PM, “and I came across the writing of Father Thomas Stanley, a Society of Mary priest who wrote a text connecting scriptural verses to plants and flowers.” Tessier decided to curate an exhibition featuring his writings and through her connections with the Saskatchewan Craft Council invited 12 artists to create works describing significant events in the life of Christ. The result is a display of jewelry, wall hangings, paintings, ceramic, clay, stained glass and wood works each depicting an event in Jesus’ life. The feature work is 15 ceramic panels contained in Fijian Mahogany frames hanging on the wall opposite the chapel entrance behind the altar.
The first panel is the title, The Garden Way of...Read More