Tragic Myth of Luxe Ferre

The Tragic Myth of Luxe Ferre - St. Victor Diaries

Tragic Myth of Luxe Ferre “The Tragic Myth of Luxe Ferre” tells the story behind the story of Lucifer. I’m amazed at how many people have absolutely no idea what the word Lucifer means, much less how it was originally used contextually. Most everyone I know blindly assumes it’s the name of a fallen angel […]

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The Roch

The Roch - St. Victor Diaries

The Roch Roch was a French noble who early developed a sympathy for the poor and sick. While on pilgrimage Roch encountered an area afflicted with plague. He stayed to minister to the sick, and affected several miraculous cures, but contracted the plague himself. He walked into a forest to die, but was befriended by […]

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The Last Mermaid

The Last Mermaid - St. Victor Diaries

The Last Mermaid The idea for the painting originally was to invoke an emotion, which springs from the loss of beauty or innocence — a final end to an epic image that spurred countless ages worth of fantasies and mythologies. However, it took on a more literal life as my dear friend Lisa, went through […]

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Adventures of Betty Bump

The Adventures of Betty Bump - St. Victor Diaries

Adventures of Betty Bump Here we examine the bumpy road of life. No matter how prepared we feel we are to challenge every knock and pothole (the bumper car) we are never really sure of what the journey will bring — signified by the training wheels. The castle represents our goals — we know where […]

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Order - St. Victor Diaries

Order Order . . . it sounds so simple, almost self-defining. It’s neat, without complexity, hierarchical, a system for success and balance. At least that’s what comes to mind on initial impression. However, upon deeper review, Order is much more complex than imagined because Order is not an isolated state unto itself – it is […]

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Mary Mary Quite Contrary

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Mary Mary Quite Contrary The adage that states, “a picture paints a thousand words -” was clearly speaking of Mary Mary Quite Contrary. This provocative painting explores the relationship between Mary Magdalene and the Virgin Mary: Lover and Mother, Prostitute and Perpetual Virgin as signified by the early fathers of the Catholic Church.Interestingly enough, this […]

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Clipped Wings

Clipped Wings - St. Victor Diaries

Clipped Wings I have always been a fan of the vampire. Not the typical blood sucking Dracula, but the life force caught in an evolutionary cycle above the limits of natural forces that currently limit human physicality and below the enlightened state of at-one-ment.In this state, the lines of morality and ethics blur as they […]

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Deeper Thoughts

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Deeper Thoughts Deeper Thoughts represents a new level of consciousness. In the city background we find the mundane plane, the material world full of its Newtonian concepts of life in separation.But with the blooming of the flower on her hat we see the emergence of a whole new vantage point, one that carries us to […]

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Joe Sorrens Bar and Girl

Joe Sorrens Bar and Grill - St. Victor Diaries

Joe Sorrens Bar and Girl It’s about looking for love in all the right places. The problem is that our view seems to be always focused away from it. Closing ourselves off, painting on the happy face – for what and for whom? Love is inside all that we paint over. Inside ourselves, inside others, […]

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St. Rita

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St. Rita Quantum physicists call the world that we see before us the classical world. The basic needs of which are met with warmth, shelter, food, and light. However, the real world, that which lies within matter, but beyond its limits is the quantum world – reflected in the mirror. It is the world where […]

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