Stoneware, Underglaze, ^6
6" x 5.25" x 6.25"
Stoneware, glaze, Iron Wash, ^6
5.5" x 5.5" x 7.75"
Stoneware, glaze, Engobe, ^6
New Life: 7" x 7.75" x 1.75" Tree Rings: 7.75" x 7.75" x 1.5" Old life: 7.75" x 7.5" x 1.5"
17.5" x 11.25"
16" x 22.25"
Mixed Media: Charcoal, watercolor, Oil, pastel
20" x 20"


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  • Sarah Monfils updated the Artwork Tetramorph
    In Christian tradition, a tetramorph is a conglomerate creature of the four symbols of the Evangelists, or writers of the Christian Gospels: a lion, a man/angel, an eagle, and an ox. These symbols also illustrate a certain attribute of Christ that each individual Gospel particularily highlights.
  • The pattern of wrinkles is found in the life cycles both in nature and human nature. At our birth then, our death is foreshadowed, and at our death, our birth is recalled. Death then, is not the end, but instead speaks of the need for a new life to unfold.
  • Aesop's Fables are a series of short stories that each illustrate a specific moral or lesson. The story of the Crow and the Pitcher describes the genius of a crow who, dying from thirst, comes across a pitcher of water. In order to raise the water level which is at first too low for him to reach, the crow drops pebble after pebble into the pitcher until he can finally quench his thirst. The moral: "necessity is the mother of invention."