Thursday, April 01, 2010

chaos and hope

Here's the painting I did for the StillPoint Stations of the Cross exhibition - I called it 'chaos and hope' - and here's the text that goes with it: There’s an important tradition that in the chaos of his violent and sudden death Jesus somehow holds into himself all the chaos and violence of humanity. In so doing he makes clear  that despite their power, our chaos and violence will never be the final word. In the storm of his death there appears a fragile but compelling trace of hope for humanity and for the cosmos.

2 comments:

Rich said...

looking forward to seeing this for real tomorrow @ jam factory :-)

rich

Ian Mobsby said...

Nice post Ian. Thanks...